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A CATALOGUE 



THE GREEK COINS 



THE BRITISH MUSEUM. 






CATALOGUE OF GREEK COINS. 



COEINTH, COLONIES OF CORINTH, ETC. 



BY 

BARCLAY V. HEAD, D.C.L., Ph.D. 



EDITED BY 

REGINALD STUART POOLE, LL.D. 

COBBBSPONDBNT OF THE INSTITUTE OF F B A N C E. 






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EDITOR'S PREFACE. 



This volume of the Catalogue of Greek Coins in the British 
Museum contains the coins of Corinth and of those cities of 
Southern Italy, Sicily, and Western Greece, which, either because 
they were Corinthian Colonies, or for more commercial reasons, 
assimilated their currency to that of Corinth. 

In the Introduction, which, like the body of the work, has been 
written by Mr. Barclay V. Head, will be found (i) a historical 
sketch of the rise and development of the coinage of Corinth, and 
an attempt to arrange the various series in chronological order 
from the commencement of the coinage, circ, B.C. 650, down to the 
destruction of Corinth in B.C. 146 ; (ii) an account of the coinage 
of the Roman Colony of Corinth from the time of Julius Caesar to 
the reign of Geta when it finally ceases ; and (iii) a geographical 
and chronological classification of the quasi- Corinthian coinages of 
Italy, Sicily, lUyria, Epirus, Corcyra, and Acamania, based upon 
the lines already laid down by Dr. P. Imhoof-Blumer in his paper 
Die Miinzen Akamaniens in the Numismatische Zeitschrift, x., 1878. 

In the text of that portion of the Catalogue in which the various 
issues of Corinth itself are described the series of staters bearing 
letters and symbols are arranged throughout in alphabetical order 
for convenience of reference, but in the Introduction a chronological 
classification has been attempted, the alphabetical arrangement being 
repeated in each successive period, a system which is also carried 



Tl EDITOR 8 PREFACE. 

out on the Platea, The student caB thus more easily trace miuute 
changes of style which could not have been otherwise rendered 
intelligible. 

The Metal of each coin is stated, and its size in inches and 
tenths, and the weight of the silver coins is given in English 
grains. Tables for converting grains into grammes and inches into 
millimetres, as well aa into the measures of Mionnet's scale, are 
placed at the end of the volume. I have carefully revised the work, 
comparing each coin with the corresponding description. 

REGINALD STUART POOLE. 




CONTENTS. 



Preface 



PAGE 
V 



Introduction xvii 

PART I. CORINTH.— 

§1. Period I. Circ, b.o. 650 — 500 .... xviii 

Earliest coins of the flat fabric, probably of the age 

of Cypselus, B.C. 657 — 625 .... xviii 

Incuse reverse identical with that of the earliest 

Aeginetan coins of the 7th cent. B.C. . . xviii 
Aeginetan incuse replaced by * Swastika' pattern pro- 
bably in the time of Periander (ob. B.C. 585) . xviii 
Development of the * Swastika' pattern, out of the 
geometrical * Maeander * pattern on vases, circ. 
B.C. 600 ........ xix 

Euboic standard adopted by Corinth . . . xix 

Division of the Stater by 3 and 6 . . . . xix 

Types of earliest Staters . . . . . . xx 

§ 2. Period II. Circ, B.C. 500 — 431 .... xx 

Introduction of the Head of Pallas as a reverse-type, 

circ. B.C. 600 xx 

New denominations and varieties of type . . . xxi 

§ 3. Period III. Circ. b.c. 431—400 . ... xxi 

Development of style ...... xxi 

First appearance of adjunct symbols .... xxii 

§ 4. Period IV. Circ. B.C. 400—338 .... xxii 

Corinth the chief silver-coining state in Greece . , xxii 



I 



CONTENTS. 

PACE 

Tendency towards conventionality in the types of 
the stater, but greater variety in those of the 
drachms, &c : 

Remarkable symbols 

5 5. Series mth iniiiah of Magistrates and Si/mboU 

First occurrence of letters in combination with 

symbols ....... . : 

Approximate chronological sequence of the lettered 
Beries 

(i) Before b.o. 40O 

(ii) B.O. 400—350 

(iii) B.C. 350—338 xxvii 

(iv) B.C. 338—300 xxix 

(v) B.C. 300—243 XXX 

No Corinthian silver coinage after u.o. 243, except 

of the Achaean Federal type .... xxxi 

f 6. Browx emits . sxxi 

Period I. b.g. 400- 300. Letters and syQihols -m 

on silver coins. ...... xxxi 

Poiiod II. B.C, 300—243. Macedonian type;, , xxxii 
No Coiinthian bronze coinage between it.o. 243 and 
the deatriiction of Corinth, B.o. Hd, exct^it of 




CONTENTS. 



IX 



PAET II. COLONIES OF CORINTH, &c. :— 

Extension of the Corinthian coinage towards the West 
§ 1. Bruttii 

Locri Epizephyrii . 

(i) B.o. 360—332 
(ii) B 0. 332—300 
(iii) B.O. 300—268 
Mesma or Medma . 
B.C. 350—300. 
Rhegium. 

B.C. 350—300. 
Terina . 

eirc. B.C. 325 . 

§ 2. Sicily . 
Eryx 

circ. B.C. 344? 
Leontini. 

circ. B.C. 344 ? 
Syracuse. 

(i) circ. B.C. 344 ? 
(ii) B.C. 317—306 
(iii) B.C. 306—289 or later 

§ 3. Illyria. 
Apollonia. 

circ. B.C. 350 . 
Epidamnus — ^Dyrrhachium 
(i) circ. B.C. 450 . 
(ii) B.C. 350—300 
(iii) B.C. 300—229 . 

§4. Epirus .... 
Ambracia 

(i) circ. B.C. 480 . 
(ii) B.C. 432—350 . 
(iii) After B.C. 295 . 
(iv) After B.C. 238 (Hemidrachms) 



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i 5. COBOTRA .... 

(i) RO. 338—250 . 

(ii) After bo. 229 (Drachms) 

J C. AOARN&NU . • . . 

Alyzia . 

B.O. 350—250 
ADQctorium . 

(i) B.O. 500—450 

(ii) B.O. 350—250 

LegendflAKTIO, AKTIOY 

Itemarkable symbols 

Magistrates' initials 
ArgoB Amphilocliicwm . 

B.C. 350—270. 
Astocns. 

circ. B.C. 350 
CoTonbi 

B.C. 300—2.50 
Echinus t 

B.O. .TOO— 250. 
Lcucas. 

(i) B.C. 500—430 
(ii) B.C. 430—400 

(Hi) B.C. 400—330 

(iv) B.C. 330—250 
Metropolis . 

B.C. 300—250 
Thyrrheium . 

(i) B.C. 350—250 

(ii) n.c. 250—1^7. 



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CONTENTS. 



XI 



CATALOGUE OF COINS:— 

Corinth 

Seventh century b.o. (Time of Cypselus ?) . . . 
Time of Periander b.o. 625 — 585 and later to circ. b.o. 500 
Archaic and later archaic style, circ. b.o. 500—431 
Transitional style, circ. b.o. 431 — 400 . . . . 
Fine style circ. b.o. 400 — 338, without letters. 
Series of Staters, &c., with y and initials of magistrates 
and symbols : — 
A circ. B.C. 350—338 
AA circ. B.C. 400—350 
AA circ. B.C. 350—338 
AP circ. B.C. 338—300. 
AP obols, circ. B.o. 350 
AY circ. B.C. 350—338 . 
B circ. B.C. 300—243 . 
r circ. B.C. 350-338. 
A circ. B.C. 350—338 . 
A, Al circ. B.C. 350—338 . 
Al circ. B.C. 338—300 . 
A I Trihemidrachms circ. b.c 
E circ. B.C. 400—350 . 
EP circ. B.C. 400—350 
EY circ. B.C. 400—350 
EYB circ. B.o. 400—350 
EY0 circ. B.C. 400—350 . 
EYTY circ. B.C. 400—350 . 
I circ. B.C. 338 . 
I A cixc. B.C. 400—350 . 
K circ. B.C. 400—350 . 
KA circ. B.C. 400—350. 
KA circ. B.C. 300—243. 
A circ. B.C. 350—338 . 



350—338 



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A circ. B.O. 300—243 . 
N circ. ac. 350—338 . 
Nl circ. B.C. 350 — 338 , 
H circ. B.C. 400 .... 
O ciic. B.C. 350—338 . 
P circ. B.C. 350— 338. 
3E circ. B.C. 400—350 . 
Uncertain letter, circ. B.C. 400—350 
Series with monograma : — 



H 
E 
K 

PI 
W 
p 
■fe 



circ. B.O. 400—350 . 

B.C. 300—243 . 
ire. B.O. 300- 243 . 
re B 0, 300—243 . 

B.C. 300-243 . 
re. B.O. 300—243 . 

B.C. 300—243 . 
re. B.C. 300—243 . 
!. B.C. 300—243 . 
ire. B.O. 300—243 . 

B.C. 300—243 . 




CONTENTS. xiii 

PA6B 

P. Aebutius Spun f. and C. Julius Hera 59 

P. Aebutius Spun f . and C. Heius Pamphilus (Praefecti) . 59 

Q. Caecilius Niger and C. Heius Pamphilus ... 60 

A. Vatronius Labeo and L. Rutilius Plancus ... 60 

M. Nonius Bassus and M. Antonius Hipparchus. . . 61 

C. Servilius C. f. Primus and M. Antonius Hipparchus . 61 

C. Mussidius Prisons and C. Heius PoUio . . . 62 

C. Heius Pollio and F. Labeo 62 

L. Arrius Peregrinus and L. Furius Labeo . . . 63 

P. Caninius Agrippa and L. Castricius Regulus . . 64 

C. Insteius ? and L. Castricius ?..... 64 

P. Vipsanius Agrippa 65 

M. Bellius Proculus 65 

— Capito and — Cithero 66 

— Octavius Luscinus ....... 66 

L. Paconius Flam and Cn. Publicius Regulus . 66 

Ti. Claudius Anaxilaus 67 

P. Ve(ntidius ]) Fronto 67 

M'. Acilius Candidus 67 

Q. FulviusFlaccus 69 

Ti. Claudius Optatus 69 

C. Julius Polyaenus 70 

P. Memmius Cleander 70 

L. R(utilius 1) Piso 71 

L. Caninius Agrippa 71 

Bronze coins without names of the Duoviri . . . 72 

Domitian 72 

Ti-ajan 73 

Hadrian 74 

Sabina 75 

Antoninus Pius 76 

M. Aurelius 76 

L. Verus 79 



Commodas 

Sept. Severus 

Julia Domna 

Caracalla ...... 

Plautilla 

Geta 

Imperial Times, without namee of Emperora 

(a) Early Colonial 

CS) Time of Hadriau .... 
Colonies of Corikth, etc .... 

Bruttii 

Locri Epizephyrii .... 



SlOlLT 

Leontiui. 

Syracuse, 

Illybia .... 

Apollonia 

Epidamnus — UyiThachium 
Epieus 




CONTENTS. 



XV 



Uncertain Mints 

Series without y and with letters or monograms: 
"^ circ. B.C. 350 . 
M circ. B.C. 450 . 
M circ. B.C. 350—338 
Zl circ. B.C. 350—338 
^ after B.C. 338 

M 

AY 

Appendix : — 
Corinth 



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INDEXES :— 

I. Geographical ........ 

III. Eemarkable Symbols ...... 

IV. A. Kings and Kulers 

IV. B. Magistrates' Names on Autonomous Coins . 

IV. c. Magistrates* Names on Imperial Coins 

V. Koman Magistrates* Names ..... 

VI. Engravers' Names 

VII. Remarkable Inscriptions . . , . . 

Table of the relative Weights of English Grains and French 
Grammes 

Table for converting English Inches into Millimetres and 
the Measures of Mionnet's Scale ..... 



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INTRODUCTION. 



»♦« 



PART I. CORINTH. 

Few series of coins present greater difficulties of classification than 
those of Corinth and of the various towns, chiefly Corinthian Colo- 
nies, in Acamania, Corcyra, Epirus, Illyria, Bruttii, and Sicily, which 
either for political or commercial reasons made use of the Corin- 
thian coin-types. 

The currency of many of these latter cities has already been dealt 
with by Dr. Imhoof-Blumer in his exhaustive treatise on the Coinage 
of Acamania. Little therefore remains to be added by way of com- 
ment to this portion of our subject. 

The difficulties with which we are confronted in attempting to 
arrange in chronological order the silver coins of Corinth herself, 
which are always to be distinguished by the presence of the 
letter ^ > arise from the generally invariable character of the types. 
With the exception of the most archaic coins, which have an incuse 
device upon the reverse (pi. i.), thePegasos and the Head of Pallas, 
are the constant types of the Corinthian staters throughout the 
whole of the fifth and fourth and during the greater part of the 
third centuries B.C. It is true that from the latter part of the fifth 
century onwards the coins generally bear, in addition to the main 
type, an adjunct symbol ; but these symbols are usually either of so 
simple a nature, e, g. dolphins, tridents, floral devices, vases, wreaths, 
or other chiefly inanimate objects, or else they are on so small a 
scale, when the human form is represented, that, with a few excep- 



IKTRODCCTIOK. 



tiona, they render ns but tittle assistance in fiziDg the dates of the 
coins on which they occur. Another element of uncertainty arises 
from the fact that old obverse dies sometimes continued to be nsed 
in combination with various reverses, the latter occasionally of later 
date. 

§ 1. Period I. Circ. B.C. 650—500. 

It seems in the highest degree improbable that a great trading 
city like Corinth can have been behind Athens 
(circ. B.C. 594), or much behind Aegina, in adopting 
such a useful invention as coined money. We may 
therefore, I think, safely assume that the earliest 
Corinthian coins date from the seventh century B.C., 

and from the large number of specimens of different dies which have 

come down to us it is evident that this coinage must have lasted a 

long time. 

IE, therefore, Corinth began to coin money soon after Aegina and 
before Athens, the earliest specimens (pi. i. 1} may 

identio&i with the even belong to the time of Cypselus, B.C. 657 — 625. 

MtheH AeginB- jt jg noteworthy that the incuse of the reverse 



Earlieat eoist 
of tha flkt f*bric, 
probably ot the 
aga o[ CypieluB, 
B.O. 6ST— 62S. 




CORINTH. XIX 

this Maeander pattern was replaced by animal forms, a portion of 
it, now usually called the * Swastika * ornament, was retained to fill 
up vacant spaces in the field of the vase. All the vases which ex- 
hibit this device date from about B.C. 600 — 550. 

Development rj^^^ « Swastika' ornament on vases was after a time 
of the ' Swastika ' 
pattern ont of replaced by the rosette, which was probably de- 

geometrical Ma- veloped out of it ; and Mr. Murray informs me that 

eander pattern on i^ » ^ e e c^ i^'^ » 

^ „ he knows of no example of a ^ Swastika on vases 
vases, circ. B.C. ^ 

600. of a later date than circ. B.C. 550. 

Here then we have a valuable indication of date 

for our coins. The ^ Swastika ' as a reverse type must have been 

adopted during the period in which it was customary to make use 

of it on vases, that is to say, about B.C. 600, or rather earlier, and 

it comes to an end on the coins certainly not later than B.C. 500.* 

On vases, as we have seen, it ceases to be used at an earlier date; 

but as a coin-type, owing to the conservatism inevitable in the case 

of a well-established currency like that of Corinth, it may have 

lasted perhaps down to the close of the sixth century, although it 

is quite possible that it may have been abandoned somewhat 

earlier in favour of the head of Pallas. 

The weight standard of the coins of Corinth is the Euboic, 

that is to say, the standard coin is a stater of 135 
Enbolc standard -r* i t . 

adopted by Co- S^^' -^^^ *'^® system of division by 3 and 6 marks 

rinth. Division it out as a special variety, and seems to point to 

8 er y ^gjg, Minor as the source from which Corinth 
8 and 6, ^ ^ 

derived the custom of coining money. It is possible 
also that this method of dividing the stater by 3 instead of by 2 
may have been deliberately adopted with the object of facilitating 
exchange between the Corinthian, money and the Aeginetan, for 



* There are a few coins of manifestly later date (cf. pi. v. 21), which have the 
* Swastika,' but these are merely instances of reversion to an extinct type. 



XX INTBODIICTION. 

the Aeginetan J stater or drachm of 48 grs. was practically 
interchangeable with the Corinthian i stater or drachm of 
45 grs. 

The denominations of Corinthian coins in Period I, before b,c, 
500 are the following: — 





Mai. Mln. 


No.i«ui 


Stater 


186-6— 122-2 


135 


Drachm or Trite.. 


45-6— 35-2 


45 


Hemidrachm 


22-9_ lS-0 


22- 


Obol 


7-6- 5-5 


7- 


Hemiobol 


4-0— 3-5 


3 



'5 Forepart of Pugasos 



■75 Head of Pegasoe „ 13 

On all the coins represented on pi, i. Pegasos is bridled and has 
curled or rounded wings. He is either walking, 
aa on Nos. 2 and 3, where the ground is shown by 
a line, or flying withont any indication of ground 

beneath him. On the earliest specimens (pi. i. 1 — 2) the chest of 

the animal is thickly studded with dots. 



iTpai of aerllett 




CORINTH. XXI 

ThQ weights of the coins remain the same as in the earlier period, 

New denomi- ^^^ there are two new denominations : the Diobol, 

nations and va- 14*10 grs., distinguished by the mark of value A^ 

rieties of type. ^^^ ^^^ Trihemiobol, 11-25 grs. marked TPIH. The 

Hemiobol also bears a mark of value H. 

The Pegasos is still represented bridled and with curled wing. 
The features of the goddess on the reverse are of archaic style, the 
hair is usually dotted and tied in queue, and the helmet generally 
small compared with the size of the head (cf . pi. ii. 4, 5). Tlie Gor- 
gon-heads on the Trihemiobols (pi. ii. 16, 17) differ from those 
which I have assigned to Period IV. (pi. v. 19, 20), in that they are 
of archaic style and have the tongue protruded. 

The following are the denominations in Period II. : 

Stater Pegasos Rev, Head of Pallas PL ii. 1— 7 

Drachm Pegasos „ (a) Head of Aphrodite „ 8 — 9 

(^) „ Pallas „ 10-11 

Hemidrachm . Fore-part of Pegasos „ (a) „ Aphrodite „ 12 

()8) „ Pallas „ 13 

Diobol Neck and head of 

Pegasos „ A „ 14 — 15 

Trihemiobol... Pegasos „ TPIH Gorgoneion „ 16 — 17 

[Obol wanting] 

Hemiobol Head of Pegasos >, H ,,18 

§ 3. Period III. Circ. B.C. 431—400. 

This is the period of early fine art. On the head of Pallas (pi. ii. 19) 
Development of *^® ^^^^ ^^ ^^^^^ arranged in the archaic fashion, but 
style. the eye is in profile for the first time. Figs. 20 and 

21 exhibit greater freedom of style, and the helmet is duly pro- 
portioned to the size of the head. On fig. 21 the helmet also 
shows beneath it the leather cap which is wanting on all the 
earlier coins. 



XXll IHTEOEUCTION. 

Symhola in the field now begin to make tlieir appearftnce, though 
FiMt sppearaDa* *'' ^™^ *^^y ^""^ ^^ ''^^^ occurrence. The denomina- 
of adjnnet iym- tioDS in this peiiod are the Stater; Trihemidraohm 
^^'- (fig. 22), type, Belierophon on Pegasos ree. Chim- 

aera ; the Drachm obv. Pegasos, reo. Head of Aphrodite ; and the 
Diobol otv. PegasoB, rev. AlOPrancing Pegasos, The Tri he mi drachm 
is a very unusual denomination, and was probably adopted aa beiug 
the equivalent of the Attic drachm. It appears to have been coined 
at Corinth on two occasions only, first of all in this period (fig. 22), 
where Bellerophon is naked and bare-headed, and again after the 
Upse of more than half a century (pi. xii. 28), where he wears a 
petasos and chlamys. 

The Drachms (figs- 23, 24) show a well-marked advance in style 
(cf. figs. 8, 9), the hair of the goddess being now rolled round the 
diadem. 

The Diobol appears with new types (figs. 25, 2C), and with the 
mark of valne written at greater length AlO. 

Ab a general rule the archaic type of Pegasos with curled wing 
and bridle is still preserved, but the pointed wing is occasionally 
met with. 




CORINTH. XXIU 

The Pegasos is usually represented flying with pointed wings, but 
specimens are now and then met with on which the animal is 
seen standing with bridle hanging loose (pi. iv. 9), or drinking 
from the sacred spring of Peirene (pi. v. 1), or standing with curled 
wings and bridle attached to a ring fixed in the wall above 
him (pi. iii. 21), or again walking with curled wings (pi. iv. 10, 13), 
evidently a reversion to the ancient type (cf. pi. i. 2, 3), from which 
it is, however, distinguishable by style. 

These exceptional varieties from the ordinary type are probably 

T d cv to- ^^^ *^ ^^^ artistic activity of die- engravers striving 

wards conven- to escape from the bonds of conventionality, a 

types of the sta- praiseworthy attempt which would seem, however, 

ter, but greater ^q tave met with only a temporary success, for, 

variety in those 

of the drachms, with the few exceptions above referred to, the 

^' mass of the coinage is more or less uniform in type. 

This tendency to a stereotyped conventionality of treatment, 
though less marked than on the coins of Athens, is perhaps to be 
accounted for by the fact that the types do not, like those of Ta- 
rentum, for instance, afibrd much scope for variety of design. The 
head of Aphrodite on the drachms and half-drachms (pi. v. 7 — 14) 
seems to lend itself more readily to the imagination of the artist, who 
here feels himself free to vary the arrangement of the hair and the 
fashion of the head-dress according to the dictates of his fancy. So 
numerous indeed are the varieties of the female head on the drachms 
and hemidrachms, that it may be seriously questioned whether they 
were all intended for Aphrodite : for instance, the full-face head 
with flowing hair (pi. v. 15), a type which seems to have been 
suggested by Kimonos famous Arethusa, on a tetradrachm of Syracuse 
(b.m. Guide, pi. XXV. 30), was probably meant to represent the Foun- 
tain nymph Peirene. 

The smaller denominations in this period are Diobols (pi. v. 16 — 
18), type, Pegasos on both sides ; Trihemiobols (pi. v. 19, 20), 6bi\ 



XXIV INTROnnCTION. 

Pegasos, rev. Gorgon-Iiccid, wtbli moutli closed, of softer style than 
tliose of the earlier period (pi, ii. 16, 17 ); and obols of two types, 
the • Swastika ' (pi. v, 21), and the Trident (pi. v. 22). 

The staters of this period are almost always provided with a sym- 
bol in the field, here as elsewhere doubtless a Magistrate's signet. 
The majority of these symbols are of the conventional kind, which 

SamArkahie Call for no remark, but there are one or two which 
■jmboii. gj,Q apparently copies of statues, e.g. the naked male 

figures of archaic style standing on a basis, which I have ventured 
to describe as Poseidon wielding trident and holding dolphin on 
extended hand (pi. iv. 13), and as Zeus holding a transverse sceptre 
and a thunderbolt (pi. iv. 14, lo). 



§ 5. Series with initials of Magistrates and S^mhoh. 

About B.C. 400, or perhaps even a little earlier, letters, which we may 

assume to be Magistrates' initials, begin to appear 

,, .. , on the Petfasos staters, in combination with the 

01 letnri In oom- *^ 

bination with symbol, which is frequently varied, during the tenure 
•;mbolB. jj£ Q£j(,g Qf t}jg magistrate whose name apparently 




CORINTH. XXV 

Approximate attention to minute details of style and fabric. The 

chronological following appear to me to be, roughly speaking, the 
sequence of the • n • 

lettered eeriei periods into which these lettered series fall. They 

commence, it will be seen, about the close of the 
fiftli century and extend probably down to B.C. 243, when Corinth 
became a member of the Achaean League. They are thus in 
part contemporary with the series above described (§ 4.) with sym- 
bols only but without magistrates' initials, the practice of adding 
the initials of the chief magistrate having been in the first instance 
exceptional, and increasing in frequency as time went on. 

(i) Before B.C. 400. ^ (?) Magistrates' initial and symbol, before B.C. 400. 
3E Scallop. Pegasos rather archaic, wing curlod. 

Helmet without leather cap, hair flowing. 

Style, early fine.* Stater. Pi. vi. 1. 

(ii) B.C. 400—350. ^ Magistrates' initials and symbols^ circ. b.c, 400-350. 
AA Trident. Style, early fine. Stater. PI, vi, 2. 



3 Forepart of Bull. Pegasos with curled wing walking. 

E Eace-torch. Pegasos with pointed wing flying. J 

E Rose. „ „ „ [ PI. VI. 3-8. 

E Bow. >> » >> 

E Poppy-head. ,, „ „ 

E No symbol. -2 I>r- PL vi. 9. 



EP Nike carrying thymiaterion. Staters. PL vi. 10, 11 

EP No symbol. Diobol. PL vi. 12. 



3 No symbol. Obol. PI. vi. 13. 



* Dr. Imhoof {Die Munzen Alcamaniens, p. 118, no. (Sa) classes this coin to 
Leucas, reading AEY? instead of y beneath the Pegasos. A careful examination 
of the original leads me to think that be may be right. 

d 



tvi INTRODnCTlON, 

EY Archaic Zeiis t holding thunderbolt and filleted 

transverae staff. Stater. PI. vii. 1. 

EY Tripod. Statera. PI. vii. 2—5. 

EY No symbol. i Dr. PL vn. 6. 

On this series Pegasos is represented (o) with curled wing 
walking, (/S) with cui'Ied wing standing, hia bridle tied to ring, 
and (y) with pointed wing flying. 



EYB Bose and dolphin. Pegasos drinking. 



Stater. PL vii. 7. 



0Y3 Double-bodied owl. Staters. PI. Til. 8, 9. 

0Y3 Chimaera. Stater. PI. vn. 10. 

OY3 Pear-shaped bag (puree 1). Stater, p. 147. 

The name EY0 on these coins may be perhaps completed 

EY0YMENOS, cf. St. Aagdo Collection, no. 10934, coin with 

EY0YMENOS and apluatre. 



EYTY No symbol. P^aaoa standing with curled wing, 

his bridle attached to ling. Stater. 




CORINTH. 



XXVU 



(iii) B.C. 360—338. ^ Magistrates^ initials and symbols, circ, b.o. 350-338. 

A Round shield, on which, trident. 

A Bee. 

A Wreath. 

A Thessalian helmet. 

A Astragalos. 

A Harpa. 



Staters. PI. ix. 1 — 6. 



A No symbol. 



A Caduceus. 



/- Di 



Drachms. PI. ix. 7 — 12. 
I Drachm. PI. ix. 13. 
Diobols. PL IX. 14, 15. 

OboL PI. II. 16. 



AA 


Wheel. 




\ 


AA 
AA 


Apple. 
Bacchic mask. 




1 Staters. PI. ix. 17 20. 


AA 


Cuirass. 
Female figure 1., 




) 

« 


AY 


, holding 


torch and cornucopiae. Stater. PI. ix. 21. 


AY 


No symbol 

Thyrsos. 
Dove flying in 




Drachms. PI. ix. 22—24. 


r 
r 


wreath. 


1 Staters. PI. x. 1, 2. 


r 


No symbol. 
Dionysos standi 




Drachm. PI. x. 3. 


A 


ng. 


\ 


A 


"K rater. 




] 


A 


Head of Helios. 




> Staters. PI. x. 4— 8. 


A 


Ivy-wreath. 




\ 


A 


Vine-wreath. 




/ 


A 


Cuirass. 




Naples Collection, 7305. Stater. 


A 


No symbol. 




Drachms. PI. x. 9—12, 15. 


A 


In wreath. 




Drachma PI. x. 13, 14. 


A 


Krater. 




Drachm. PI. x. 16. 


A 


Phiale. 
Phiale. 




Drachms. PL x. 17, 18. 


Al 




Drachm. PI. x. 19. 



INTEODUCTIOK. 



I Cock on club. 

I Star. 

I Quiver and Bow. 

r Owl. 

I No symbol. 

I No symboL 

I No symbol. 



9 Oolleelion, 10963. Stater. 

Drachm. PI. x. 24. 

1 Drachm. PI. x. 25. 

Diobol. PI. X. 26. 



A 


IJiko and Dolphin. 




Stater 


. PL 


XI. 1. 


A 


Aatragalos. 




\ / 


10965 ^ 




A 
A 


Zausia. 

Trophy. 




( Si. Angela Coll. ) 


10970 ( 

10977 ( 


' Sta- 
ters, 


A 


Thyraos and Tympanon crossed. 


) ' 


10980 ] 




A 


Trophy and Ivy-leaf. 




Naples Collection, 


7292. 


Stater. 




Some of the above may 


belong to the period b.o. 300-243. 




A 


No symbol. 




\ Drachms 


. PI. XI. 2, 3. 



N In com-wieath. 

N Tliree ci'eBConts iii circle. 

N Kantharoe. 

N Area. 




CORINTH. 



XXIX 



(iv) B.C.388— SOO. <p Magistrates' initials and symhoUy circ. B.C. 338-300. 

In B.C. 338 Corinth was occupied by a Macedonian garrison, but 
it does not appear that the political events of the time affected the 
coinage in any way. 

(helmet laur.) 



AP 
AP 
AP 
AP 
AP 
AP 
AP 
AP 

AP 
AP 
AP 
AP 
AP 

A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 

A 
A 



Al 
Al 
Al 



Bear. 

Ivy-leaf. 

Plough. 

Aegis. 

Chimaera. 

Palladium. 

Comucopiae. 

Eagle. 

Triton 1 armed with trident. 
No symbol. 
No symbol. 
No symbol. 
No symbol. 



» 



>> 



>> 



» 



» 



» 



» 



Staters. PL xii. 1—8. 



St. Angela Coll., 11060. Stater. 
Drachms. PL xii. 9, 10. 
I Drachms. PL xii. 11 — 14. 
Diobol. PL XII. 15. 
OboL PL XII 16. 



> Staters. PL xii. 17—27. 



Cow and calf. 

Wreath. 

Zeus seated. 

Pallas standing, holding Nike. 

Pallas standing, with transverse spear. 

Artemis huntress, shooting. 

Artemis 1 seated. 

Artemis running 1. with two torches. 

Artemis running 1. with one torch. 

Artemis running r. with one torch. 

Term holding caduceus and cornucopiae./ 

Amphora. | Trihemidrachms. PL xii. 28 

Ear of com 1 j and p. 35. 

These Trihemidrachms may, however, belong to the previous 
period, b.c. 350-338. 

No symboL Drachm. PL xii. 29. 

No symboL Diobol. PL xii. 30. 

No symboL OboL PL xii. 31. 



mTBOPDCTION. 



(T)B.C.S0O— 243, 9 Magistrates' initials and symbols, aire. B.a 300-243. 
B Grapea. Stater. PI. xui. I. 

B Term. St. Angelo Coll,, 10943. Stat«r. 



KA No symbol. 

A Mast. 

£ Eagle. 

1^ Crested helmet with cheek pieces. 

ffl Term. 

,— ^f1 Term. 



■ B— t?l Term (helmet laur.) 

1^ Ho symbol 

[ZS] Ko symbol. 

P^ Ho symbol. 



Drachm. PI. xiu. 3. 

Stater. PI. xiii. 3. 

Stater. PL xiu. 4. 

Stater. PI. xiii. 5, 

Stater. PI. xm. 6. 

Stater. PI. xiii. 7. 

Stater. PI. xiu. 8. 

I>rachm. PL xiri. 9. 
Drachm. PI. xni. 10. 
Drachm. PL xiir. 11. 




CORINTH. XXXI 



In B.C. 243 Corinth was delivered from the Macedonian rule by 

Aratus, and it then became a member of the Achaean 

No Corintliiaii Leagae and, presumably, ceased to strike money in- 
silyer Coinage 
after B.C. 248 dependently of that of the League. For descriptions 

except of the of the League coins see Cat. Peloponnesus, pp. 3, 12. 

Twenty years after this time (b.c. 223) Corinth 
was surrendered by the League to Antigonus 
Doson, and continued to be a Macedonian stronghold until b.c. 196, 
when the Romans once more united it to the Achaean League. 
There is no evidence however to show that it ever enjoyed the right 
of coinage after B.C. 243, when it was first liberated by Aratus. 

§ 6. Bronze Coins, 

The bronze coinage of Corinth begins about the same time as 
that of Athens, that is to say about the close of the fifth century. 

It may be divided roughly into two periods (i) B.C. 400 — 300, 
(ii) B.C. 300—243. 

Period. L Circ. B.C. 400—300. 

To this period we may attribute the series of small coins weighing 
from about 28 to 30 grs. Obv, Pegasos, rev. Trident. (PL xiv. 1 — 6.) 

« . As the adjunct symbols and letters on the coins 

with letters and of this series correspond very frequently with the 

symholi as on gy^bols and letters on the silver money, there can 
silver coins. 

be no doubt that they are contemporary issues. 

The following symbols are common both to bronze and silver : 
JE Tripod cf. M EY Tripod b.c 400-350 

M Dolphin „ 5 Dolphin 

M Race-torch (PI. xiv. 3) „ E Race-torch 

JE Ivy-leaf „ AP Ivy-leaf b.c 350-338 

M Star „ I Star „ 

M Three crescents in circle „ N Three crescents in circle „ 






ISTROnOCTION, 

of. jR AA Bacchic mask b.c. 350-338 

„ A or Al Phiale 

„ A Krater „ 

„ A Head of Helios „ 

„ Al Pallaa holding Nike B.G. 338-300 
le „ Al Figure holdiugcomucopiae „ 
„ Al Amphora „ 

To tlie close of this period, circ. B.C. 338 — 300, beloog also the 
larger bronae coins (pi. xiv. 7, 8) on -which the ethnic appears for 
the first time at fall length, KOPINOIAN. The head of Pallas ia 
here of a diflTerent type from that with which we bare been hitherto 
familiar on the silver money, and shows the influence of the gold 
staters of Alexander, on which the helmet is crested and has no 
leather cop beneath it. 



M AA Bacchic mask 

M A Phialo 

M A Krater 

M V Head of Helios 

M Pallaa holding Nlko 

M Figure holding comueopii 

M A Amphora 



Pm-iod II. Circ. b.c. 300—243. 
To this period, during which Corinth was held by the Macedonians, 
there would seem to belong, in addition to the silver 
coins described above, a few bronze pieces (pi. xiv. 

the moat characteristic of which is the 



Xsotdoniaii 
tTpei. 




COBINTH. XXXlll 

§ 7. Corinth a Roman Colony from B.C. 46, 

From the time of the restoration of Corintli as a Colony by Julius 

Corinth re- Caesar, B.c.46,to the reign of Galba, wepossess a series 

stored as a Boman of bronze coins bearing the names of the chief annual 

CO ony . . . 2naffistrates of the Colony, the Duoviri. Althouorh 
Bronze corns bear- ° " ° 

ing the names of this series of coins is unfortunately very imperfect 
^o^"« it is nevertheless our only source for compiling the 

municipal Fasti of the city of Corinth. The coins of this series 
are for the most part very poorly preserved, and many of them 
have consequently been misread by Vaillant, Sestini, Mionnet, 
and others. Some of these erroneous readings I have been able 
to correct; others, unfortunately, must remain doubtful for the 
present. 

Down to the reign of Claudius it was usual for both the Duoviri 
to place their names upon the same coin, but from Nero to Galba as 
a rule one name only occurs at a time, for it would seem that the 
signature of either of the two was thenceforth sufficient. 

The Duoviri held office for one year only, but were eligible for 

re-election, and indeed were often re-elected, as is 

Ordinary Du- proved by the frequent addition of ITER[VM] to 
oviri. . 

their names. 

Whenever the Census was taken the Duoviri who held office in the 

Census year were entrusted with the function of 

BnoTiri Qnin- compiling the register. In these years the ordinary 
qnennales. . , , . . 

annual Duoviri were entitled Duoviri censoria po- 

testate quinquennales, or simply Duoviri quinquennales. 

In the Corinthian Fasti, so far as we can complete them from 
the coins, the title QVINQ. occurs in four different years, viz. : — 

B.C. 38 or 33 C. Pinnius 

M. Antonius. P. Aebucius (sic) (Arigoni, PI. i. 3.) 

II Vir. Qnin. 



XXIIT INTRODUCTION. 

B.C. 23 ) P. Aebut. Sp, f. 

Augustus. C. Inlio Hera. 

II Vir. Qui iter. (Infra, no. 491). 

The coin of Augastns bearing the name of Nonins Sulpicius 
II Vir. Quinq., assigned by Cohen (i. 162, no. 775) to Corinth, 
belongs to Pella in Macedon. (Imhoof, Mon. Gr. p. 86.) 
A.D. 22 or 23 1 P. Caniniua Agrippa II Vir. Quinq. 

Tiberius. L. Castricius Eegulus II Vir. Quin. 

(Infra, no 523). 
As this coin bears the head of Drnans Caesar, the son of Tiberius, 
who died in a.d. 23, it may very well have been atrack in that year 
or earlier. 

A,D. 67 1 C. Julius Polyaeuus II Vir. Qui. 

Hero. Adve[ntus] Aug, Galley. 

(Cohen I. p. 30G, no. 391). 
Ti. Claudius [Optatue] H Vir. Q. 
A(lv[entDs] Aug. Emperor danding. 

(II). 305, uo. 387). 
r. Domitiua II Vir. Qu. 
AdTe[ntU8] Aug. Galley. 

(Il>. p. 30C, UO. 39T). 




COBINTff. XXXV 

this year had something to do with the creation, for that year, of a 
larger number of magistrates than was customary at Corinth. 

Most numismatic writers have asserted that on special occasions 
the ordinary Duoviri were superseded at Corinth in their right of 
signing the coinage by the Proconsul of Achaia, who resided at 
Corinth, for coins are often cited as Corinthian issues which bear 
the names of Proconsuls. It is now, however, certain that all such 
are mistaken attributions : — thus the coin bearing the names of 
Pulcher Procos. and C. Cassius C. f. II Vir, wrongly read by 
Cohen I. 46, 84, and attributed to Corinth, does not belong to that 
Colony. The correct reading is given by Imhoof, Mon. Ghr. p. 231. 
The letters C C R ? were mistaken by the writer, from whom 
Cohen borrowed his description, for COR. It is uncertain to what 
town the coin ought to be assigned. Again, the coin bearing the 
name of Sisenna Procos. (Cohen i. p. 160, 750) belongs, as Bor- 
ghesi [CEuvreSy ii. 324) has shown, to Sicily, as does also another 
coin reading Q. Terentio CuUeone Procos. (Cohen i. pp. 162, 774), 
cf. Borghesi ii. 208. 

Sometimes, though rarely, one or both of the Duoviri is re- 
Dnoviri some- pla-ced by a Praefectus, cf. P. Aebutius Sp. f. and 
times replaced by C. Heius Pamphilus, Praefecti iterum, on a coin of 
Praefcctl. Augustus (no. 494) Ti. Caesar II Vir and M. Aemi- 

lius Labeo Praefectus on a coin of Tiberius. (Sestini Mus, Hedei^, 
Europ. 95). 

It would appear that a Praefectus was appointed in place of the 
second Duovir whenever the Emperor himself or one of the Imperial 
family accepted the honorary office of Duovir in a colony. A 
Praefectus or Praefecti might also be appointed in place of the 
Duoviri when, owing to special circumstances, no election of Duoviri 
had taken place, or in the unavoidable absence of one or both of the 
regular magistrates (see Mommsen and Marquardt, Rom. AUerthu- 
nier iv. p. 169). 



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COEINTH. xlv 

Greece was however but of short daration, for on 

. betwee *^® accession of Vespasian, B.C. 69, or shortly after- 

the reigns of wards, that Emperor withdrew the privileges which 

ealba and Domi- jf ^^q j^^d bestowed upon the Hellenes, and reconsti- 
tian. . ^ , . 

tuted Achaia as a Senatorial province. At the same 

time, apparently, he deprived Corinth of the right of coinage, though 

it is not quite clear on what grounds, as the city was a Eoman Colony. 

It is certain however that no coins can have been struck there 

between A.n. 68 and the reign of Domitian, a.d. 81 — 96. 

Domitian again reversed the policy of Vespasian, and though he 

Bestoration of ^^^ ^^* S^ ®^ ^^^ ^ *^ bestow upon the Greeks of 
the right of coin- Achaia the gift of freedom and immunity, he 
age y Donutxan, ligj^^^ed their burdens and, as is proved by the 
numerous decrees in his honour, conferred upon them many benefits. 
Among these was doubtless the restoration of the right of coinage 
to the Corinthians who, in his reign, began once more to strike coins, 
one of which expressly asserts the fact that this was done by the 
permission of the Emperor PERM[issu] IMP[eratoris] (Imhoof and 
Gardner, Num. Comm. on Pans. pi. b. xxi). 

Prom this time forth, in gratitude for favours received from this Fla- 
vian Emperor, the title Flavia was added to the name of the Colony, 
which, until TrajsCh's time, continued to be styled Colonia Julia 
Flavia Augusta Corinthus. From Trajan to Geta, when the coinage 
finally ceases, the title Flavia is no longer used, the inscriptions being 
COL.L. IVL.COR.orCL.I.COR. (Colonia Laus Julia Corinthus), 

The right of coinage conceded by Domitian to Corinth does not 

bnttheDuoyirino ^W^^^ *^ ^^^® vested, as of old, in the Duoviri, for in 
longer permitted no instance do names of these officers occur again on 
to sign e coins, ^j^^ Corinthian coins. It is probable therefore that 
the Governor of the Province of Achaia (Propraetor, with the 
title Proconsul), who resided at Corinth, was directly responsible 
for the currency. This is however merely a conjecture on my 



xlvi TNTUODUCnON. 

part, as the coias bear no names or titles except thoBe of the 
Emperors. 

or the types of the Corinthian coins in the Imperial period little 
remains to be said, as they have been already 
TypM o'^P;^'! folly discussed by Prof. Gardner in his Numismatic 
Oommeniary on Pausanias, to which, and to Pan- 
Baaias, references will be found in the foot-notes. The number of 
these references proves how rich a fund of material is afforded by 
the bronze money of Corinth in lllnstratioQ of PanaanioB's passing 
notes on the works of art extant there in his own day. As Prof, 
Gardner remarkSj in the valuable work above referred to, ' there is 
no other Greek city whereof the coins give ns so extensive infor- 
mation on the subject of templeSj statues, legends Euid cults.' 

From Julius Caesar to Galba the types are less interesting mytho- 
logically than in the series which begins with Domitian. This 
however may be in part due to the paacity of coins of large 
dimensions in the earlier period. 

To the end of the reign of Augustus the types chiefly refer either 
to the worship of Poseidon or to the Bellerophon myth. [PI. xv,] 

Under Tiberina the worship of the Julia Gens prevails, illustrated 




CORINTH. xlvii 

The two harbours, Lechaeum and Cenchreae, represented as Nymphs 

standing in opposite directions, each with a rudder [PL xix. 15], or 

as recumbent male figures with the Acrocorinthus between them 

[PL xxL 14.] 
The statue of Aphrodite of the temple on the Acrocorinthus, holding up 

the shield of Ares as a mirror, cf. epithet ^irXidiiiirq applied by 

Pans. ii. 5, 1, to the statue [PL xix. 12]. 
The temple of Aphrodite on the summit of the rock containing the above 

described statue [PL xx. 23.] 
The Port of Cenchreae with statue of Poseidon in the centre; on either 

side of the harbour are the temple of Aphrodite and the sanctuaries of 

Asklepios and Isis [Imhoof and Gardner, PL d. 60], 
Temple of Poseidon surmounted by Tritons [Imhoof and Gardner, PL d. 50]. 
Ino leaping into the sea with her child Melikertes in her arms [PL xxi. 11]. 
The dolphin swimming to land with Melikertes riding on his back 

[PL XX. 11]. 
The Altar of Melikertes or Palaemon, on which lies the dolphin with the 

dead body of the child on his back, often overshadowed by Pine-tree 

[Imhoof and Gardner, PL b. 7]. 
Circular temple of Palaemon, within which the dolphin and dead child 

[PL XX. 22]. 
Various sacrifices in honour of the hero Palaemon [cf. PL xx. 12, 14]. 
Isis Pharia [Imhoof and Gardner, PL d. 64], 
Head of Aphrodite or of Lais [PL xy. 7, 8 ; xxiii, 11—16]. 
Tomb of Lais, consisting of a column surmounted by a Lioness standing 

over a prostrate ram, cf. Pans. ii. 2, 4 [PL xxiii, 11, 12]. 
Statue of Athena Chalinitis, holding bridle, spear, and shield. Pans. ii. 4, 1, 

[PL xix. 17.] 
Fountain Nymph Peirene, seated on rock, holding vase [PL xxi. 17, 18]. 
Agonistic types referring to the Isthmian games [PL xx. 3] (Imhoof and 

Gardner, PL o. 41—47). 

The above are the types which are the most characteristically 
Corinthian. Many others might be enumerated, which possess less 
local interest, though some also of these are probably copies of 
works of art conspicuous in Roman Corinth. 



zmil INTRODUCTION. 

PART II. COLONIES op CORINTH, bto. 
Althongli It is not Btrictly accurate to classify the namerona 
Ezuiuloii of tht ^"68 of Pegasos-statera which are withont the O, 
Ootlnthiftn eolu- the mint-mark of Corinth, onder the headmg 
*^' ' Colonies of Corinth,' as some of the cities where 

these coins were struck were not in any way connected with 
Corinth, yet it is necessary for purposes of comparison to include 
them in the same volume as the coins of Corinth itself. Ail 
these issues, whether due to direct Corinthian infloence, or, as ia 
more frequently the case, merely to the necessities of oommerce, 
should be studied in connection with one another. 

The arrangement of the mints is geographical, in the foUoTring 
order : 

1. BBDTin, Locri Epizcphyrii. 




BRUTTII. xlix 

§ 1. Bruttii. 

LocRi EpiZEPHTRn. — ^This town began to coin staters of the 
Corinthian type about the middle of the fourth century, probably 
at the same time as Syracuse, 

The Locrian staters fall into three distinct groups, which may be 
dated approximately as follows : — 

(i) B.C. 350—832. 

From the expulsion of Dionysius II to the expedition of Alexander of 

Epirus, 
AO or AOK Style fine. PI. xxiv. 1, 2. 

(U) B.C. 332—800. 

AOKPXIN Coarser work, usually with symbols under Pegasos, e.g. 
Thunderbolt or Caducem. PI. xxiv. 3 — 5. 

(ui) B.C. 800—268. 

AOKPflN Helmet of Pallas broader and of later style. Symbol 
on obv.. Thunderbolt. PI. xxiv. 6. 

To this period may also be assigned the bronze coins (pi. xxiv. 
7 — 10), bearing various symbols and monograms. 

Mesma or Medma. — A small place on the west coast of Bruttiura, 

which was captured by Dionysius I B.C. 388, and by 

B.C. 350— 800. . 

him bestowed upon the Locrians. 
Dr. Imhoof-Blumer {Die Miinzen Ahamaniens, p. 6) has attributed 
to it staters of the Corinthian type similar in style to those of 
Locri, but with the letters M and ME. They may be dated circ. 
B.C. 350-300 (pi. xxiv. 11). 

Rheqium. — About the same date Rhegium seems to have struck a 

few Pegasos-staters, one of which was acquired by 

B.C. 860 — 800. 

Dr. Imhoof at Reggio itself (pi. xxiv. 12). 

Terina also contributed a small issue of the same coins, probably 

circ. B.C. 325, when Alexander of Epirus released 
Circ. B.C. 325. ^ 

the city for a short time from the yoke of the 



] rUTEODDCTIOH. 

Brnttians. The staters bear tlie mon. "E (See Imhoof, op. ciU, 

p. 7). 

§ 2. SicttT. 

The date of the introdaction into Sicily of the Gorinthiaii stater 
has been already discusaed in my Coinage of 
Syracuse, p. 24 aqq. and Kist. Num., p. 156. My 
attribution of the first Syracnsan issues of these staters to Timoleon's 
time, B.C. 344j has been contested by M. Six {Num. Ckron., 1875t 
p, 28), who prefers to place them some thirly years earlier. 
Perhaps therefore it is safer to leave the qnestion of the exact date 
an open one. The inscriptions AEONTINON and ZYPAKOZION 
on some of the earliest specimens seem to point to the close of the 
fifth century as the date of the first issae of Corinthian staters in 
Sicily. On the other hand this may be an adjectival form, as the 
art on the coins in question seems to be more in the style of the 
middle of the foorth than of the end of the fifth centnry. There is 
in fact little or no difference in style between the staters reading 
ZYPAKOZION and those with ZYPAKOZIIIN. 

Eeyx. — A remarkable instance of the influence of commerce 
upon currency is afforded by the Fegasos stater 




SICILY. 



li 



Leontini and Stbacusk. — The earliest issues of Corinthian staters 

in Sicily, which I assume to belong to the age of 

Timoleon^s conquests in the island, are therefore 

those of Bryx with T)«, of Leontini with AEONTINON (pi. xxv. 1) 

and of Syracuse with ZYPAKOZION (pi. xxv. 2) and also 

ZYPAKOZiriN (pi. xxv. 3, 4). 

Of these three towns Syracuse alone continued at intervals to 
strike money of the Corinthian type. This currency, here as 
everywhere else outside the limits of thei Corinthian territory, was 
of an intermittent nature, struck now and again as occasion required, 
to meet the demands of foreign trade chiefly in the direction of the 
coasts of Ulyria, Epirus, Corcyra, and Acamania, where, as we 
shall presently see, the Corinthian types had at a comparatively 
early period assumed the character of a quasi-federal and inter- 
national currency. The later Syracusan issues may be dated 
as follows : — 

B.C. 317—306. 

In this period the following changes were introduced : — 

(a) The head of Pallas, hitherto occupying the reverse or con- 
cave side of the coin, is now placed on the obverse. 
(^) The helmet is crested and ornamented at the back with a 

griffin. 
(7) The inscription LYPAKOZmN is transferred to the re- 
verse, now the Pegasos side of the coin, 
(S) The Triskelis, the symbol of Sicily, occupies a conspicuous 
position in the field (pi. xxv. 5 — 7). 
As the Triskelis does not occur on coins of Syracuse before the 
reign of Agathocles, there can be no doubt that this series belongs 
to his time. 
B.C. 306—289 or later. 

In B.C. 307 Agathocles adopted the regal title, and henceforth 
his coins are either uninscribed or bear his own name. The legend 



lii INTKODnCTIOH. 

ZYPAKOSmN does not again oconr on coins of Coiinthian type 
issaed in Sicily. 

Another change introduced in b.c. 307 into the coinage was the 
abandonment of the Attic standard in faronr of the Sicilian. The 
weight of the Pegasos coins was conseqnentlj reduced from 135 grs. 
to 108 grs., or from 10 litrae to 8, 

The pieces of 8 Htrae (pi. xzv. 8 — 10) may be distinguished from 
the staters as introduced by TimoleonT (pi. xxv. 2— 4), and from 
those of the second issue in the ea.rly part of the reign of Agathocles 
(pi. XXV. 5 — 7)j not only by their diminished siae and weight, bat 
in the following particnlara — (i) The helmet of the goddess, though 
plain and without crest as on the staters of the earliest issue, has no 
covering for the ear, which is visible and has an earring. On some 
specimens the flap of the leather cap beneath the helmet covering the 
neck is also wanting {pi, xxv. 10) ; (ii) the Pegasos on the reverse 
differs from that on the pieces of the previous issue, in that both 
wings are often visible. 

In the following catalogue I have not inclnded certain cxjins of 
Hiero II (b.c. 275—216), B. M. Cat., Sicily, p. 209, nos. 522, 523, 
find cei'taiu otliera of Tauromonium {ihid. p. 230, no. 9), the former 




ILLTBU. liii 

In part contemporary with the staters of the Oorcyrean standard^ 
but commencing somewhat later^ circ. b.c. 350^ and extending 
down to cira B.C. 300, are certain series of Corinthian type and 
weight which, as in Southern Italy and Sicily, were issued rather 
for foreign commerce than for internal trade. The long 
established popularity of the Corinthian coinage and its wide- 
spread use in all the sea-ports of the western regions of Greece 
probably rendered its adoption here as elsewhere, when not due 
to direct Corinthian influence, rather a matter of necessity than 
of choice. 

Apollonia. — The only stater of this town in the British Museum 

may be dated circ. B.C. 350. There can be little 

B.C. 360. 

doubt as to its attribution, as it reads APOA and 
has the lyre for symbol (pi. xxvi. 1). 

Epidamnus — Dyrehachium. — The earliest known stater of this city 

appears to belong to the middle of the fifth century. 

(i) B.C. 450. 

On the obv., beneath the Pegasos is the letter E and 
a club. The head of Pallas on the reverse is not of archaic style. It 
is engraved in Lagoy Melanges de Numismatique, 1845 (pi. ii. 3). 
The series with the name Dyrrhachium extends from about 

B.C. 350 — 300. The staters are inscribed A, AYP, 

(ii)B.C.350— SOO. 

^ ^ or AYPPAXINflN or A on obv., and 3 (Epidam- 

nus ?) on rev. The club is a constant symbol on the rev., and there 
is in addition usually a dolphin. The only specimen on which the 
club is wanting is pi. xxvi. 8, and as this coin differs altogether in 
style from the rest it is quite possible that it is not a coin of Dyr- 
rhachium but of Corinth itself, the ^ having been inadvertently 
omitted from under the Pegasos. It may be compared with the 
drachms figured on pi. x. 13, 14, on which the letter A is also 
enclosed in a wreath. 

The drachms of Dyrrhachium have a head of Herakles on 



Ut intboddction. 

the obrerse (pi. zxvi. 9 — 10). They seem, speak- 

* ' ' ing generally, to be of later style than the 

staters. I wonld attribnte them conjectnrally to 

the period between B.C. 300 or 250 and 229, when Dyrrhacbiam 

and Apollonia were taken under Roman protection. 

The sabseqaent coins of these cities are nob of the Corinthian 
type. 

The drachms with the head of Herakles appear to have been 
largely imitated by the Illyrians of the interior, for there are many 
which are of very light weight and which bear no evidence of 
having been strack at Dyrrhacbinm. Of these one specimen 
indeed {p. 103, no. 39) bears the obelisk, which is oharacterietic of 
certain coins of Ambracia and Apollonia. 

§ 4. Epieus. 
The Corinthian coinage of Epirns consists (i) of the rich and 
varied series of the Corinthian colony of Ambracia, pi, xxvii. 
xxviii. andzxix. 1 — 11 j (ii)of a single issue of staters bearing on the 
obverse the monogram^ if this is to be interpreted ArEI[PATAN] 
and on the rev. A (Ambracia 7) (pi. xzix. 12); (iii) of a few other 




EPIRUS. Iv 

was put to the sword by Demostlienes, must have crippled the com- 
merce of Ambracia for some time after this, but the numerous series 
of its coins prove that from the latter part of the fifth century down 
to the middle of the fourth the trade of Ambracia must have been in 
a flourishing condition. 

The coins bear either the full legend AMBPAKIOTAN, 
AMBPAKIflTAN, or AMPPAKinTAN, or merely the initial letter 
A. Among the latter are some specimens which may belong to the 
Amphilochian Argos, but as I see no sure means of separating 
them from the rest I have thought it better to place all together 
under Ambracia. The Ambraciot staters are remarkable among all 
those of Corinthian type for the variety and elegance of the symbols 
which distinguish the successive issues. Of these I may here 
mention (pi. xxvii. 4.) the beautiful and interesting figure of a girl 
playing at the game of Kottabos, or rather balancing the scale or 
TrXdarriyi on the point of the rod for the players to throw their wine 
at. Half way up the rod is a basin Korrd^eLov to catch the wine or 
perhaps the scale itself as it fell on being struck by the successful 
thrower. {Helbig Mittheil. des rom, Instituts, 1886 p. 222 sq^.) 
PL xxvii. 5 represents, apparently, a naked athlete. PI. xxviii. 7, 
10, 11, youthful male winged figures, Erotes ? one of whom rides 
on a dolphin and clasps one knee, a type adapted from the coins of 
Tarentum. PI. xxviii. 9, Young horned Eiver-god Arachthus with his 
name in full APA00OZ seated on a bull's head, also clasping his 
knee. PI. xxviii. 14, Naked male figure, perhaps Ambrax, the tradi- 
tional founder, seated on rocks, while on the other side of the principal 
type a swan swims to the left, this type symbolizing perhaps the city 
of Ambracia, the acropolis of which occupied a rocky height at the 
foot of which the river Arachthus, indicated by the swan, flowed 
through a fertile plain towards the Ambracian gulf. The fore-part 
of a butting-bull (pi. xxvii. 15), and the bearded head with bull's 
horns (pi. xxviii. 1, 2) probably also symbolize the river Arachthus. 



Ivi INTEOnDOnON. 

The caref al and sometimes elegant stjle of most of these little 
symbols is snfficient to prove that art was in a flooiishing state in 
this western city. The coins of the mother-city, Corinth itself, 
offer nothing which can be compared with them in fancifiil varie^ 
of detail. 

PI. xxix. 11, which shows a naked yonth seated on a low stool 
and examining the hoof of Pegasos, seems to hare been snggested 
by a contemporary didrachm of Tarentnm (Hist. Num., p. 51, %. 
31), and is important as again indicating a familiarity with Tarentine 
coins, which points to commercial relations between the two cities. 
The obelisk (pi. xxix. 6) which occurs as a principal type on 
later coins of the city {Hiat. Num., p. 270, fig. 181] is the sacred 
conical stone fiaiTvKtov of the Apollo 'Aywieu? of Ambracia 
(Preller, Or. Myth., 4th ed., i. 276). 

Between the time of Philip of Macedon, who threw a garrison 
into Ambracia (Diod., xvii. 3), and that of Pyirhas no staters 

seem to have been strnck at that town. The 
(lil) After 

B c 29S coins of later style, which are apparently con- 

temporary with the money of Fyrrhns, and whiclt 
were probably stmck after the city of Ambracia had been made 




CORCYRA. Ivii 

§ 5. CoRCYRA. 

CoRCYRA. — The hostile relations and trade jealousies which always 
existed between Corinth and Corcyra, the most important of all 
her Colonies, may perhaps be one of the causes why, in the matter 
of currency, Corcyra long stood aloof from the monetary agreement 
which seems to have existed between Corinth and her other 
Colonies — Ambracia, Anactorium, and Leucas. 

From the earliest times down to the occupation of Corinth under 

Philip, B.C. 338, the coinage of Corcyra differed 
(i) B.C. 838 — 

23Q not only in type but in standard from that of the 

mother-city. About that time, however, it would 

seem that Corcyra found it necessary to join the Acarnanian 

monetary league, of which Leucas was the leading state, and to 

contribute in some small degree to the mintage of Pegasos-staters 

■which had then become the almost universal medium of exchange 

in the markets of the west. 

The Corcyrean issues of Pegasos-staters extend perhaps down to 
about B.C. 300 or 250. They bear the letters K, <p, 4^, KOP, or 
KOPKYPAinN (Imhoof Coll.), The letter A on the reverse of 
some specimens (pi. xxx. 2) seems to point to an alliance with 
Leucas. The amphora-and the vine-leaf as symbols in the field are 
characteristic emblems of an island whose trade consisted largely 
in wine. 

Corcyra appears to have been sometimes content with counter- 
marking coins struck at other mints with her own monogram 
(pi. xxx. 4). No. 7, p. 112, is a coin of Corinth (series (J) — I, symbol, 
star) issued at a somewhat earlier date, on which the O has been 
obliterated by the monogram <p . 

The Drachms with Corinthian types — obv., Head of Aphrodite, 

rev,j Pegasos — which have already been catalogued 
(ii) After 
BC 229 (Thessaly — AetoUa, p. 137 sq.)j belong to the period 

after b.c, 229, when Corcyra, under Roman pro- 



INTEODOCTIOW. 



tectioa t 
p. xlix). 



! atill allowed to issue her own money (op. dt. Introd. 



$ 6. ACAHNANIA. 

Altzia waa & Corintliiaii colony on the western coast of Acar- 

nania, possesainE; a harbour and a eanctaarr dedi- 
B.C.8B0— 8». .r & 

cated to Herakles. The town doea not appear to 

hare coined money before abont the middle of the fourth century 

or after the middle of the third. Inscription, AAYlAinN, AAY, 

or A (Imhoof, Akamania, p. 47). The eymbola refer for the most 

part to the worahip of Heraklea. 

Anactobiuu. — An important town near the month of the Am- 

bracian gulf, a few miles from the promontory of 

Actium, waa colonized jointly by Corcyreans and 

Corinthians, It waa one of the few places which, 

in th^ archaic period (b.c. 500 — 450), struck staters of Corinthian 

typea, the other cities being Corinth (with letter O)^ Leacaa 

{with A), Ambracia (with A), and Bpidamnos (with E). The 

apecimena atruck at Anactorium bear the digamma ). (cf. Imhoof, 

Akamania, p. 57). There is no specimen of this issue in the 



(1) B.C. 500— 




ACARNANIA. llX 

the ethnic on the reverse is inscribed at full length AN AKTOPI EQN 
or ANAKTOPIflN, both forms occurring on coins which are clearly 
contemporary (pi. xxxi. 13, 14). On other specimens the legends 
Legends AKTIO and AKTIOY (pi. xxxi. 4, 5) are met with, 

AKTIO, inscriptions which, as Dr. Imhoof {op, ciL p. 61) 
AKTIOY and has pointed out, cannot refer to a town of Actium, 

AKTIAZ. |3^jj jjQ tijQ temple of Apollo "Aktlo^, which stood 
on the Actian promontory in the territory of Anactorium. This 
legend is sometimes written round the head of Pallas, sometimes 
round that of Apollo. The feminine form AKTIAZ (pi. xxxi. 6) 
appears to be a nominative case, and to be the name of the goddess 
of Victory in the Actian games, as it occurs only in conjunction 
with a female head resembling that of Nike. 

Among the more remarkable symbols on the coins of Anactorium 

are pi. xxxi. 1, 2, Pan with goat's head and legs, 
Hemarkable 
symbolB holding a branch over his shoulder; cf. Herod ii. 

46, ypd^oval re Sfj koI yXv^ovac ol ^coypdcpoL /cat 
oi dyaX/JLOTOTrotol rov Ilavo<: r&yaXfia Kara irep ^'EXKTjve^;^ alyoirpo- 
Gcyirov Kcih rpcuyoa-Kekia ; see also Wieseler, de Pane et Paniscis, 
Grottingen, 1875. PL xxxL 8, Statne of Apollo on basis, holding 
bow and patera. PL xxxL 9, Nike carrying taenia. PL xxxi. 12, 
Uncertain object, possibly a sort of funnel or filter with a mouth 
like an inverted cone, to the bottom of which hangs a long bag. 
PL xxxi. 19, Temple-key with fillet attached. PL xxxii. 12, 
Uncertain object somewhat resembling a strap or leather thong, 
for other varieties of which see Imhoof, Aharnania, p. 76. 

Of the remaining symbols, which I need not here enumerate, 
the majority seem to refer to the cultus of Apollo. 

The following magistrates^ initials, &c., occur on coins of Anac- 
Maristrates' torium, which I would place between B.C. 350 
initials. and 300 :— 







INTEODDCTIOK. 


£ — A and HA 




EY 






AHTOt 


Bjmbol, 


Niko 


EPI 


„ 


Shrimp 


„ 


„ 


Gorgoneion 


EYAN 


„ 


Ithjphallic term of HcrmeB 


£ 


„ 


Tripod 


i 


„ 


Tripod 


ii 


„ 


Wreath 


i 


„ 


Wreath 



[PI. mi. I— 3] 
[Imhoof. no. 43] 
[Pl.rai. 9] 
[PI. xiii. 10] 
[Pl.™i.ll] 
[Imhoof, no. 50] 
[p. 117, no. 39] 
[PI. xixii. 1] 
[Imhoof, no. 54] 
[PI. rail. 5] 

The following classes, beariag the abbreviated names of one, two, 

or even of three magistrates, are distinctly of later style than the 

rest, and seem to belong to the first halfof the third century. Dr. Im- 

hoof suggests tbat these magistrates may be officials of the Acariuuiian 

League, ae Bome of them recar ou coins of Tbyrrheinm and Leacas 

after b.c. 30O, when Stratus had fallen into the hands of the Aetoliaus 

and Leucas had taken its place as the chief city of the League : — 

KAE— Ar Symbol, Bucranium [PI, xxxii. 9] 

KAEO ., BucrHiiium [Imhoof, no. 94] 

AYS— Ar „ Thymiaterion [PI. xixii. 10] 




ACARNANIA. Ixi 

Livy (xxxviii. 10) 22 M.P. (= 176 stadia) from Ambracia. Its 
original inhabitants were Amphilochians of Epirote or Acarnanian 
origin. Shortly before the Peloponnesian war some colonists from 
Ambracia who had been admitted by them as fellow-citizens seized 
the town and expelled the Amphilochians. 

In B.C. 432 the expelled Amphilochians, with the assistance of 
the Athenians, made themselves again masters of the town which 
they henceforth continued to hold in spite of two fresh attempts 
of the Ambracians, b.c. 430 and 426, to regain possession of the 
place. Some time after B.C. 300 (probably circ. b.c. 278), Argos, 
with its territory, as well as Ambracia, fell into the hands of 
the Aetolians. 

The coinage of Argos begins about the middle of the fourth 

century and probably comes to an end circ. b.c. 

B.C. SoO — 270. 

270. It falls into two principal classes, of which the 
earlier is distinguished by the inscriptions APFEIIN, APFIflN, 
APrElflN, APFEI, AP, &o. (pi. xxxiii. 1—8), the later by those of 
AM<MAOXnN, AM<MAO, AM<I>I, AM, &c. (pi. xxxiii. 9). It 
would thus appear that the name of the town, Argos, was superseded 
by the more comprehensive ethnic of the whole territory of the city. 

The leading symbol on the coins of the earlier period is a 
complete figure, a forepart, or a head only, of a dog, though what 
particular dog is here intended we are at a loss to determine, for 
various dogs in Greek mythological tales bore the name of 
Argos, e.g. the dog of Odyss6us {Od, xvii. 292), one of the dogs 
of Aktaeon (ApoUod. iii. 4. 4), and according to one version of 
the tale, the dog set to watch over lo (Hipponax, fr. 1 Lyr. gr. ed. 
Bergk, p. 588). 

Very probably the symbol on the coins was quite unconnected 
with any local tradition and merely suggested by the name of the 
town, the word a/yyo? being in Homer a common epithet as well as 
a name applied to dogs as Kvve^ a/070/, apyiTroSe^, TroSa? apyol, &c. 



Ixii INTHODDCTION, 

The other fiymbols are a Thnnderbolt (Imboof, op. cit. 1) ; 
Tripod (pi. xxxiii. 2) ; Gram of corn (pi. xxxiii. 3) ; Dove flying 
(pi. xxxiii. 4) ; Crested helmet (pi. xxxiii. 5, 6); Sepia (pL xxxiii. 7); 
Shield with straps (pi. xxxiil 8). On the later series with the 
legend AM<l>IAOXnN,&c., the Eymbols are: — Lance-head (Imhoof, 
25) ; Javelin (pi. xxxiii. 9) ; Spear (Imhoof, 32 sqq.) ■ Large kuife ? 
(Imhoof, 40) ; and Shield in ivy-wreath and lance-head (Imhoof, 41). 

AsTACus. — This town was a Cephallenian colony situate at the 
head of the long gnlf now called Dragameati, on the wast coast of 
Acamania. Circ. B.C. 431 we hear of it from Thncyd. ii. 30 as 
under the government of a Tyrant named Eoarchos, who was 
expelled by the Athenians. 

Of the history of Astacus after B.C. 429, when it is again men- 
tioned by Thucydides (ii. 102), nothing seems to be known. 

Astacus coined Pegasos-staters apparently on one occasion only, 

probably about the middle of the fourth centurv 
BO 310. 

The symbol behind the head of Pallas is the 

adTfweo? or Cray-fish, a type parlant which, as at Astacus in 

Eithynia {Hist. Num., p. 437), may have been adopted simply as 

a pun upon the name of the town, or we may go back i 




ACABNAKIA. Ixiii 

B.C. 295 — 272, we may safely infer that the Aoarnanian coins with 
this symbol belong to the first half of the third century. 

Echinus? — Echinus was a small place on the southern shore of 

the Ambracian firulf, about two miles north of 

B.C. 800—250. ^ . . . 

Thyrrheium, of which it may have been the port. 

The only coin which has been attributed to this town is the stater 
bearing the letter E and a Fish-hook (pi. xxxiii. 12). The style of 
this piece indicates the period between B.C. 300 and 250, and if it 
had had A under the Pegasos instead of E it would have fallen 
naturally in the series of Leucas (cf . pi. xxxvi. 21), where the Fish- 
hook also occurs accompanied by the letters EY . The Leucadian 
coin appears, however, to be somewhat earlier in style than the 
pieces here conjectural ly assigned to Echinus. 

Leucas. — Leucas, like its neighbour Anactorium, was colonized 
from Corinth and Corcyra. The town stood near the northern 
extremity of the island, or rather peninsula, connected with the 
mainland of Acarnania by a narrow sandy isthmus, through which 
a canal had been cut by the original colonists. This canal, owing 
to its having at an early date been silted up with sand, was not 
navigable during the period with which we are now dealiug. 

Leucas probably remained longer than any other Corinthian 
colony in intimate political relations with the mother-city, for it 
continued to strike not only the staters but also the smaller 
denominations (drachms, triobols, obols, &c.) with Corinthian types, 
at least down to the time when Corinth herself became dependent 
upon Macedon, B.C. 338. 

Li the Lamian war, B.C. 323, we find Leucas with Alyzia taking 
sides with the Athenians (Died, xviii. 11), and about B.C. 300, or 
perhaps earlier, when Stratus, hitherto the chief city of the 
Acamanian League, fell into the hands of the Aetolians, Leucas 
took its place as the central mint of the Acamanian Confederacy. 
During all this time, and probably for another half century, down 



\xW IMTEODDCTIOW. 

to B.C. 250, tbe coinage of Corintlii&n staters at Leacss seems to 
have been continned, thoagh perhaps not without temporary 
intermissions, the last issues bearing evidence of having been 
struck in the name of the Acarnanian Leaguoj for they have tho 
letters AK in monogram under the Pegasoa, instead of the letter 
A (pi. XXX. 5, 6). About b.c. 250 the weight of the Corinthian 
stater fell suddenly from 130 grs. to circ. 106 grs., and it ia 
probable that at the same time the place of mintage was removed 
from Leucas lo Thyrrhoium on the mainlandj which rose to greater 
importance in the latter half of the third centary. 

In B.C. 2'Z9, if not earlier (see Gat. Thea. Introd. p. lii), the 
coinage of Corinthian staters, whether at Thyrrheinm or Leacas, 
came completely to an end. An entirely new Federal Acamanian 
coinage in gold, silver, and bronze was then inaugurated, of which 
the place of mintage was probably Leucas. These coins, which 
bear the inscription AKAPNANflN and the name of the Strategos 
of the League on obverse or reverse, seem to have lasted down to 
B.C. 167, when Leucas was separated by the Eomans from the 
Acarnauian Confederacy. It does not appear, however, that 
the city was even then deprived of the right of coint^, but merely 




ACARNANIA. Ixv 

(i) Circ. B.C. 500—430. 

Staters of archaic style (pi. xxxiv. 1 ) similar to those of Corinth 

(pi. ii. 3 — 7), but with the letter A or A beneath 
(i) B.C. 500— ^ ^ 

430^ the Pegasos, who is bridled and has curled wings. 

Cf. also staters of this period struck at Ambracia 

(pi. xxvii. 1), Epidamnus (supra, p. liii), and Anactorium (Cadalvene, 

Eectieilj ii. 29). The earlier coins of this class have no symbols in 

the field, but on one of the later specimens is an ivy-leaf 

(pi. xxxiv. 2). The helmet has no leather cap beneath it. 

(li) Circ. B.C. 430—400. 

On the earlier staters of this period the Pegasos is bridled and 

has the wings curled as in Period I. (pi. xxxiv. 4, 6). 
(ii) B.C. 480 — 

^Q Gradually the attitude of the animal becomes freer 

, and less stiff (pi. xxxiv. 7, 8), and towards the end 

of the period the pointed form of wing replaces the curved one 

(pi xxxiv. 10, 11), Inscription, A, A, or AEY. 

On the reverse the head of Pallas is always enclosed in a 
more or less well-defined incuse square ; the hair of the goddess 
hangs in loose locks, and the helmet almost always shows the flap 
of the leather cap over which it was worn. Sometimes, though 
rarely, the helmet is crested (pi. xxxiv. 4 and Imhoof, Akarnania, 
pi. iii. 9). The letter A or A is usually repeated from the obverse, 
but it is sometimes replaced or accompanied by other letters, e.g., 
F {Num. Zeit., 1871, pi. x. 22), A (p. 126, no. 18), or A (p. 126, no. 21). 

Symbols now become more frequent, viz. Human eye (Posto- 
lacca, 558) ; Flying bird (Imhoof, pi. iii. 9) ; Phiale ; Bow ; Vine- 
branch; Two olive-sprays, &c. (pi. xxxiv. 7, 8, 9, 12). 

Drachms of this period occur (pi. xxxvii. 1, 2), and smaller divisions, 
Triobols, Diobols, Trihemiobols and Obols, of which last two denomi- 
nations some specimens must be assigned to a still earlier date 
(pi. xxxvii. 13, 15). i 



iKmODncnOK. 



(iii) Circ. B.C. 400—330. 



The coins of tbia period, which are very plentifal, may be die- 
tingnished from those of an earlier date by tlie 



of the die used for the reyersea being henceforth 
circular ; cf. pi. zzxiv. 13 with the previous specimens on the same 
plate. The Pegasos, as a general rule, has pointed wings ; occa- 
sionally, however, as on pi. xxxv. 13, 15, the carled wing of the 
earlier periods is reverted to. The letter A is always present 
under the Pegasos, and is frequently also repeated on the reverse, 
though the ethnic is sometimes here written at greater length 
AEY or AEYKAAIiiN. 

In addition to the letter A, &c., other letters sometimes occur, 
e.g., on obv., E, 0; on rev., P, A, Z. 

The symbols in the field of the reverse are very numerous. In 
addition to those mentioned in this Catalogue others will be found 
in Postolacca's and Imhoof's lists, but as the coins described are 
not usually engraved, it Is seldom possible to distinguish accurately 
to what period they ought to be assigned. 




ACARNANIA. Ixvii 

reverse, e.g. A, /T, AT, A, H, API, EY, Ifl, Sfl, Tl, TE. It has 

already been remarked (supra, p. Ix), that some of these names 
occur about the same period on coins of Anactorium and Thyr- 
rheium, and that they may stand for the names of oflBcials of the 
Acamanian League. 

Among the latest staters struck in Leucas may perhaps be 
included the coins issued in the name of the Acarnanian League, 
with the monogram /^ under the Pegasos (pi. xxx. 5, 6). 

Metropolis. — Metropolis, the modern Lygovitzi, was a small 

town in the interior of Acarnania, situate at the 
B.C. 800-250. 

foot of a steep hill overlooking Lake Eynchus. 

The staters which, on account of the monogram f^, have been 

attributed to this place (pi. xxxviii. 1) belong to the earlier half of 

the third century. The symbol on the reverse, a round Macedonian 

shield, occurs also on contemporary staters of Coronta (supra, p. Ixii), 

The shield on the stater of Metropolis is ornamented with a figure 

of the Macedonian Athena Alkis, a valuable indication of date, for 

this type of the fighting Pallas never occurs on coins before circ. 

B.C. 316, when it was adopted by Ptolemy Soter, and as it is 

afterwards seen on coins of Pyrrhus, B.C. 295 — 272, and Antigonus 

Gonatas, b.c. 277 — 239, we may safely assign the stater of 

Metropolis to about the same period. 

The countermark M on the specimen described in this Catalogue 
occurs also on certain coins of Anactorium and Thyrrheium, and 
probably stands for Ambracia, which city when she ceased to 
strike money in her own name, circ. B.C. 295, may have counter- 
marked the issues of her Acarnanian neighbours. 

Thyrrheium. — Thyrrheium was a populous and important city 

a few miles south of the Ambracian gulf. It was 

260 probably a Corinthian colony. The series of its 

staters covers a period, with probable intermissions, 

of about a century (circ. B.C. 350 — 250). There are also some 



fxvlU JNTEODnCTION, 

coinB of reduced weight, 106 gre., of very late style, witboat the 

name of Tliyrrlieinm, bat with the head of the river Acheloiis ia 

the field, which on that accoant haye been conjocturalty attribnted 

to Thvrrheiam. They belone probably to the time 
(iil B.0 8B0— J o r J 

jg^ when that city was one of the moat important 

towns of the Acarnauian Leagae, circ. b.c. 250— 

167 (pi. XXX, 7, 8). The head of Acheloiis was the symbol of the 

Acarnanian Confederacyj and was, after B.C. 167, adopted ^y Thyr- 

rheium as the type of her autonomons coinage [Sxst, Nam., p. 282). 

Some of the staters of Thyrrheium bear magistrates' initials, 
and among these there are two, viz., >f and EPI (pL xxxviii. 10), 
which occar also on coins of Anactoriam, and one, fii, which is 
met with also at Lencas. From this we may infer that they are the 
names not of municipal magistrates bat of officers of the Let^ae. 

Unoeetain Mikts. — In an extensive series of coins sach as this 

of the Peeaaos-staters there must always be a few 
Donbtftal , . , .,-.., 

attribntioai which cannot he attributed with certainty, borne 

of those are figured on pi. xxxix. Nos. 1 and 2 

seem to be of Italian or Sicilian fabric, and Bhegiam and Locri 

might be suggested as possible mints. No. 3 I woald assign 




COEINTHIA. 



No. 



Wt. 



MetaL 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



2 



128-3 



M'75 



131-3 



127 



124-5 



123-2 



Ml'O 



M -9 



^1-0 



M -9 



CORINTH. 

Seventh century B.C. {Time of Cypselus ?). 
Stater, (Thick fabric, Archaic style) . 



Pegasos bridled, with 
curled wing, flying r. ; 
beneath, O 



Incuse square of Aeginctan 'mill- 
sail ' pattern, u e. divided into 
eight triangular compartments 
alternately raised and indented. 



(cf. Cat, Att.j PI. xxiii ) 
[PI. I. 1 ] 

Time of Periander B.C. 625 — 585, a7id later to about b.c. 500. 
Staters. (Flat fabric, Archaic style). 

Pegasos bridled, with Quadripartite incuse square of pecu- 
curled wing, walking 1. ; liar form, resembling the Maean- 
beneath, O der pattern. Swastika. 

[PI. I. 2.] 



[PI. I. 3.] 
I 



\ 



■ 








COUIXTHIA. 1 




Xo. Wt. 


MeUl 


Obrorad. 


ItecerM. 










PegaaoB liridlcil, Avith 


QiiaJri'iiortite mcuse square of |»cii- 










curled wiu?, flying 1.; 


liar form, resembling the Miieas 










beueatb, O 


Ucr {mttcrn. Swastika. 




6 


131-6 


^1-95 








7 


129-2 


M-95 




. 




S 


127- 


Al-S 




Umjil,,, SRfcVFt;. 







I:»7- 


Ml-0 








10 


1259 


Ai 1 








11 


1257 


M-5 




(tjpo varied). 




12 


125-2 


/R'9 








13 


124'2 


^■95 




,' 


^M 



CORINTH. 




20 



21 



22 

4M4M 



128- 



125-9 



125-7 



MlOb 



M'9 



JR'9 



23 



108-8 

worn. 



24 



25 



40-8 



35-2 



M'S5 



26 



iR-55 



iR-55 



42-8 ^-6 



27 37-7 



28 



29 



45-6 



JR. '6 



M'Q 



42 b -^-7 



Pegasos bridled, with Reverse as no. 17. 
curled winj^, flying 1.; 
beneath, O 



Similar. 



Variety of preceding reverse, circle 
in centre of square. 



[PI. I. 6.] 



Drachms. 



Pegasos bridled, with j Incuse of Swastika pattern, 
curled wing, walking L ; 
beneath, O 



[PI. I. 7.] 



Pegasos bridled, with Incuse of Swastika pattern. 
curled wing, flying 1. ; 
beneath, O 

[PI. I. 8.] 



[PI. I. 9.] 





No. Wt. 


JleUI. 


OW... 


Reverse. 










Pegaaoa WuWml, ^vitJi 


Incuse of SwiiKlika ]i:ittern. 










curled wing, flyin;,' 1.; 












beneath, O 






30 


41 '4 


M-55 






31 


40-7 


AL-55 








32 


40 '3 


MS 








33 


40'0 


AIG 








34 


38-5 


M-65 








35 


367 


vft-55 














HemidraclimB. 










Forepart of flj-ing Pegasoa Incuse of Swastika iiattein. 










bridled 1., with curled 










wing; huneath, 9 


■ 



CORIMTU. 



5 



Wt. 



MetaL 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



6-5 



6-2 



6-0 



5-7 



5-5 



4-0 



3-5 



iR-35 



iR-3 



M'3 



M'3 



M'3 



JR'36 



M'3 



132-4 



132' 



M'7 



JR'7 



Pegasos bridled, with 
curled wing, flying 1. ; 
beneath, O 



type r. 



Incuse of Swastika pattern. 



[PI. I. 12.] 



Hemiobols. 



Head of Pegasos r. 



Incuse of Swastika pattern. 



[PI. T. 13.] 



Archaic and later archaic style. 
Circ. B.C. 500—431. 



Staters. 



Pegasos bridled, with 
curled wing, flying r. ; 
beneath, O 



Head of Pallas r., hair in queue and 
indicated by dots, wearing nock- 
lace and Corinthian helmet with- 
out crest : in linear square within 
incuse square. 



[PL IL 1.] 
I 





6 






COIUKTHJA. 




... 


\Vt. 


Jletal. 


ObTorae. 


w... 




51 
52 
53 
64 

55 
56 

57 


131- 
129'4 
132-8 

135- 
133-7 
133-3 


M-7 
M-7 
^■75 

S, pl&ted 
M7 

JR-S 
MS 


PeRBSOB bridled, wilh 
curled wing, fljmg r. ; 
beneath, O 

[PI. 

tj-pe 1. 

Similar. Typol.;beiicatb. 

9 
m 


Head of Pallaa r., hair in queue mJ 
in<licated Viy dots, wearing iiMt. 
laco and Corinthian holinet willi- 
ont crest : in linear eqnare ^itiiin 

I>. 2.] 
type 1. (no linear square). 

Similar type r., in incuse square ; no 
linear square. 


^M 



No. 



42 



43 



44 



45 



46 



47 



48 



wt. 



MetaL 



ObTijrie!. 



rwfTvr?*?. 



49 



50 



Peg*so6 bridled, wick Inct&se of 
curled win^ filing 1- ^ 
bcneathf O 



rj^:i£i la: 



6-5 iR-35 



6-2 M'Z 



I 



6-0 



5-7 



JR'Z 



JR'Z 



5-5 iR-3 



4-0 



3-5 



type r. 



iR-35 



iR-3 



[PL L 12.] 



Hemiobols. 



Head of Pegasos r. 



I Incuse of Swastika pattern. 



1 



[PI. T. 13.] 



132-4 



132* 



M'7 



M'7 



Archaic and later archaic style. 
Circ, B.C. 500—431. 



Staters. 



Pegasos bridled, with! Head of Pallas r., hair in iiiiouo nntl 
curled wing, flying r. ;! indieatea by dots, wearing niH'k- 



bencath, O 



lace and Corinthian hohnct with- 
out crest : in linear sij[uare within 
incuse square. 



[PL IL 1.] 
I 





H 




No. 


Wl. 




Revorso. fl^ 










Drachma. | ^ 




70 

80 


42-7 
43-7 


^1-55 
^1-55 


I'efinsos briiUea, with 
curlud wins, flying 1. ; 
liBiieath, O 

[PI. 


luuusG BcjULire, witbiu which hoad« 
Aphrodite r., ol arcliaic atylSj 
wearing uetklace ; hair indicatod 
by dots, and turaod up behind 
iindcr taenia. i 

u. 8.j 




81 


«.3 


^■5 




type! 




83 
83 


41- 

44-2 


M-55 
M-55 


type r. 

[PI. 


type r. 




84 


«.i 


M-55 


"^H^ 


H 




85 


43- 


M-5 


- 


i 




86 


41-3 


JR-55 




ii 




87 


41 -t 


Al-55 


Pegasoa bridle.l, \vith 
curled wiiif^, flying L ; 
beneath, ^ 

[n. I 


Incuse square, witliiu wliioh linear 
square euclositig liead of PiiUaa r., 
of arcliaic style, weariug necklace 
and Corinthian helmpt without 
crest. 

.10.] 1 


1 


88 

1 


44- 

1 


Al-5 

1 


i 





B 






coniKTin 






No. 


Wt. 




ObToraa. 


ReTorBe. 


79 

80 
8] 
S3 
63 
84 
SB 


i2-7 
427 
43-3 
41- 
44-2 
43-1 
43- 


^■55 
^■55 

.^■55 
^■55 

^■55 
^■5 


Dra 

Pegnaos hriJled, with 
curkil wii.c, nying 1. : 
l..neath, 9 

[PI. 

tyiu. r. 

[PI. 


chma. 

Iiictiae square, within whicli head 0! 
Aplirojitu 1'., of archftic stylo, 
wearing niicklace ; hair indiiiilial 
by (lots, and turned up beliinil 
unJer taenia. 

... 8.] 

tjpol. 

,.. '».] 
tyiw r. 

: 


^H 



CORINTH. 



9 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



91 



92 



93 



94 



20-8 



21-5 



21 3 



20 8 



iR-45 



^•5 



M 4: 



M'4: 



95 



96 



22-3 



20-7 



^•45 



^•45 



Hemidrachms. 



Forepart of Pegasos 
bridled r., with curled 
wing; beneath, O 



type 1. 



Incuse square, within which head of 
Aphrodite r., of archaic style, 
wearing necklace ; hair indicated 
by dots, and turned up behind 
under taenia. 



(hair rolled). 



[PI. II. 12.] 



)) 



Forepart of Pegasos 
bridled r., with curled 
wing; beneath, O 



Incuse square, within which linear 
square enclosing head of Pallas r., 
of archaic style, wearing necklace 
and Corinthian helmet without 
crest. 



[PL II. 13.] 

type 1. 



Diobols. 



97 
98 
99 
[00 
101 



140 



13-8 



13-7 



135 



130 



102 10-4 



M'3 

ifl-35 
^•35 
^•35 
iR^35 



Head and neck of bridled 
Pegasos 1. ; to 1., O 



Incuse square, within which, A . 



[PI. If. 14.] 



& 



10 






COniNTHI 


>. 




No. 


wt. 


Size. 


Cb versa. 


R..„... 








Head and neck of bridled 


Incuse si^uare, witLia wliicli, A . 








Tegaaoa r. ; to r., O 






103 


13 


.R ■.■!5 






104 


9-7 


^■35 




, 










[PI. II. 15.] ■ 










TrihemioboU. l|| 










Pegasoa bridled, witli 


Incuse squaTe, wittin which Goigon 










curled wing, flying 1. ; 


head with tongue protruded ; hair 










buneath, ^ 


dotted. 










T P 




105 


11-0 


Mi 


above, trident 1. 


in four corners of sqnare, H 1 i 










[PI. ,.. IG.] 1 1 




106 


10-G 


M-35 


. „ 






107 


9 '4 


M-ib 


„ „ 






lOS 


8-0 


M-i 


„ „ 


„ 


^M 



CORIKXa. 



11 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obvorae. 



Ro verso. 



13 



132-5 



MS 



U 



129-7 



^•8 



15129-5 



JRS 



16 60-2 



M'7 



17 



43-8 



^•6 



Transitional style. 
Oirc. B.a 431-400. 



Staters. 



Pegasos bridled, with 
curled wing, flying r. ; 
beneath, O 



Incuse square, within which head of 
Pallas r., of transitional style, 
wearing earring, necklace, and 
Corinthian helmet without crest. 



hair in queue ; to L, plain trident 
downwards. 

[PI. II. 19.] 

type 1., hair rolled ; to r., orna- 
mented trident downwards. 

[PL II. 20.] 



(same die as no. 113). 



no incuse square, type 1., hair loose, 
no earring, under helmet leather 
cap tied round neck. 

[PI. IT. 21.] 



Trihemidrachm. 



18 



40-9 



iR-55 



Bellerophou naked and 
bare-headed, riding on 
bridled Pegasos flying 
r. ; beneath, O 



Chimaera r. 



[PL II. 22.] 



Drachms. 



Pegasos bridled, with 
curled wing, flying r.; 
beneath, O 



Incuse square, within which head of 
Aphrodite L, hair rolled and bound 
with taenia. 



[PL II. 23.] 



Pegasos bridled, with 
pointed wing, flying r. ; 
beneath, O 



Head of Aphrodite r., hair rolled. 



[PL II. 24.] 





No. 


Wt. 


"rri 0"—. «-™- 1 










Biobola. 










Fegasoa bridled, with 


Incuse Square, within which Pegasns 










curled wing, flying 1. ; 


with curled winga prancing to the 










Iwneatb, O : border of 
dota. ' 


front; around, 1 










A O 




119 


13-2 


^■5 


.ilwve, vine -branch wiLli 


1 










grapes : no burdor. | M 










[PI, „. 25.] m 




120 


14-0 


m-5 


>, I, ■"> incuse. S 




121 


12-7 


Mid 


1 

[PI. „. 20.) 1 










SimUar type r. : border of 


Similar; but Pcgasos with ixiintcd 










dots. 


winga, towards 1. 




122 


12 7 


Jl-55 


above, vine- branch with 
grapes. 


no incuse. 


^M 



CORINTH. 



13 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



127 



128 



129 



130 



131 



130-5 



132-5 



116-6 



129- 



133-5 



132 



133 



134 



135 



136 



137 



138 



131-7 



127' 



131-5 



132' 



^•85 



^-8 



MS 



iR-95 



iR-85 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1.; 



beneath, yH 



Head of Pallas 1., wearing, over 
leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest. 

to r., fore-part of horse r. 



[PI. in. 4.] 



(Pegasos bridled). 

beneath, O 

(double-struck). 



>> j> 



M'S5 



M'9 



Ml'O 



MVO 



132 2 ^-9 



129-3 JR'Sb 



type r. (Pegasos bridled) ; 
beneath, O 



» 



»> »> 



type 1. 



99 }} 



» 



)} )} 



type r. (Pegasos bridled) ; 
beneath, O 



type r. ; to 1., fore part of horse 1. 

[PI. III. 5.] 



)i >> 



flower. 
[PI. III. 6.] 



>» 



„ rose. 

[PI. III. 7.] 



type 1.; (Graffito, TOPTIS 

KAA1) 

to 1., trident upwards. [PI. in. 8.] 

type r. ; to 1., trident r. 
[PI. III. 9.] 

type 1. ; to r., cicada. 

[PI. III. 10.] 



>» 



to r., Phrygian cap. 
[PL III. 11.] 



to r., Phrygian cap. 
(same die as 134.) 



»» 



129-2 



139 



129-5 



140 130-2 



M'Sb 



iR-85 



MS 



9i 



» 99 



)> 



)) » 



to r., bearded serpent 1. 
[PI. III. 12.] 



type r ; to 1., bearded serpent r. 



„ helmet bound with olive ; 
to 1., bearded serpent r. 



[PI. III. 13.] 



>> 



»> » 



type 1. 



)9 )> 



type r. ; to 1. Chimaera, r. 
[PI. III. 14.] 



99 



to 1., thymiaterion. 
[PI. m. 15.] 



COBINTHIA. 





■Ho 


Wt. 


MbUL 
Size. 


Otn-orw. 


ReTerso. 








Pogusop, with pointed 


Head of Pallas r., weariiig, over 










wing, flying r. ; be- 


leather cap, Coiinthiau helmet 










neath, O 


without crest. 




141 


132-3 


^-85 




toL, thymiaterion. 

[PL III. 16.] 




142 


125-5 


^■95 


tvpe I. {restruck, traces 
of head of Pallas) ; 
beuBath, 9 


type r. ; to 1., hand holding torch; 
to r., till c rani lira. 










[PL III. 17.] 11 




143 


125 '5 


^■9 


" " 


„ to 1., hand holding torch; 1 
to r,, bucraniniu. 

{same die as 142.) 




144 


129-3 


MS3 


„ (Pegasos bridled) ; 
btnoath, <p 


type 1, ; to r., plani 










[PL 111. 18.] 




145 


129 -0 


M-S5 


typor- „ ,, 1 ., „ „ 
[PL in. 19.] 




U6 


128-5 


M-S 


type 1. „ „ type r. : to L, fiali with dorsal spines. 
[PI. .,1. 20 ] 


^M 



CORINTH. 



15 



)Io. 




Obverse. 



Reverse. 



151 



123 



152 122 3 



153 131-5 



154 



129-5 



155 132' 



156 128-7 



L57 



158 



^•8 



^•85 



MIO 



iR-85 



M'96 



M'95 



123-2 M'95 



129-3 



[59 128-4 



[60 132- 



IGl 



128-9 



iR-85 



iR-85 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. ; be- 
neath, O 



») 



V 19 



>l 



yy 99 



)> 



99 



>» >» 



» » 



>» 



» » 



Head of Pallas 1., wearing, over 
leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest. 

around, five dolphins. 



)» 



» 



» 



[PI. IV. 4.] 



,, ahove, dolphin ; to r., cock. 
[PL IV. 5.] 

„ above, dolphin ; to r., griffin's 
head L [PI. iv. 6.] 



9, to r., -jyjky, 



[PI. IV. 7.] 



>» 



n 



>> 



(same dies as 155.) 



» 



»> » 



typo r. ; to 1., 



» 



»> yy 



; to r., dolphin.; 



>> 



)) 






»> 



[PI. IV. 8.] 



)9 



>J » 



M'9 



MS 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wings, and halter hang- 
ing loose, standing r. ; 
beneath, O 



type 1. ; to r., ^ to 1., 



}) 



Head of Pallas 1., wearing, over 
leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest. 



to r., ^ ; to 1., dolphin. 



[PI. IV. 9.J 



Pegasos bridled, with 
pointed wings and loose 
reins, flying r. ; be- 
neath, O 



Head of Pallas 1., wearing, ov<'i 
leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest. 



(same die as 160.) 





No. 


Wt. 


SiM. 


Ob«erae. RoveraB. | 










Pegasoa bridled, ivith 


Head of Pallaa r., wearing, over 










curled wing, walking 1.; 


leather cap, Corinthian helmet 










Lenenth, 5 


mthout crest. 




162 


132-2 


M-3 


(on hind-quarler, ^ ) 


to 1., eagle's head ; to r., dolphin. 










[Pi. IV, 10.] 1 ! 




163 


131-3 


Md 


lieiieatii, O 


to I,, grapes ; to r., dolphin. 










[PI IV. n.j 




164 


129-3 


M-85 


(same die as"lS3.)" 

Pegasoa, with pointed 
wini;, flying 1.; be- 
neath, O 


type 1. ; to r., ivy-leaf and thyniia- 
terion ; to 1., dolphin. 

Head of Pallas I, wearing, over leather 
cap, Corinthian helmet without crust. 




165 


130- 


M-95 




to r., thymiaterion ; beneath, ivy- 
branch ; to 1., dolphin. 




166 


125- 


Ml- 


Pegaaos bridled, with 
curled wing, walking 1.; 


type 1. ; to r., thymiaterion ; bcneatli, 
ivy-hranoh ; to 1., dolphin. 
[PI. IT. 12.] 

Head of Pal] aar., wearing, overleathetl 
cap, Corinthian helmet without crefit 


^M 



CORINTH. 



17 



^o. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse, 



Reverse. 



70 132-7 iR-8 



71 



131 



M'8 



Pogasos bridled, with 
pointed wing and 
loose rein, flying r. ; 
beneath, O 



Head of Pallas r., wearing, over leather 
cap, Corinthian helmet without crest. 



to 1., same figure ? to left. 
[PI. IV. 15.] 



(Pegasos unbridled); 



» 



72 



73 



74 



.76 



176 



L77 



178 



131 



.'R-8 



131-7 



127 



123-5 



M'8 



MS 



M'S5 



125-4 M -85 



130-7 



117-5 



M'85 



(Pegasos bridled, and 
with loose rein) ; be- 
neath, O 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wings, standing 1., with 
halter loose and head 
lowered as if to drink; 
further fore-leg bent ; 
beneath, O 



to 1., naked male figure (Posei- 
don 1) standing 1. on basis, hold- 
ini( transverse trident and hanging 
tilict. 

[PI. IV. 16.]- 

to 1., same figure r., holding trans- 
verse staff and hanging fillet 
in r. and dolphin? in 1.; to r., 
dolphin. 

[PI. IV. 17.] 

Head of Pallas 1., wearing, over leather 
cap, Corinthian helmet without crest. 



(no halter) ; 



» 



no symbols. 
[PL v. 1.] . 
„ 1 type r. ; to 1., bucranium 1 



type r. (no halter) ; 



n 



Pegasos, with- pointed 
wing, flying r. ; 

beneath, O 



» 



99 



JR'S5 typel.; 



» 



)> 



tvpe 1. ; to r., Imcranium. 
[PL V. 2.] 

Head of Pallas L, wearing, over leatlier 
cap, Corinthian helmet without crest. 

to r., oenochoe. 

[PL V. 3.] 

type r. ; no symbols. 



type 1. ; to r., terminal figure facing, 
draped, and holding staff trans- 
versely. 

[PL V. 4.] 



^■85 
; M-B5 



v/hig, flying 1. 



Head of Palliifll.,WBaring,over leather 
cap, Corinthian helmet without crest. 



to r., apliistro. 
[PI. T. 5.j 



[PI. T. 6.] 





Cii-c. B.C 


400-338. 


egriBos, with 

3, 9""° 


i.7'°S 


Head of Aplirodite 1,, wealing car- 
ring and necklace ; hair in ephen- 
done tied in front ; the ends of 
the hair confined at the crown 
of the head and falling loose 
behind. 



Head of Aphrodite I., wearing ear- 
g and necklace : Lair bound 




COBINTH. 



19 



No. 



Wt. 



MetaL 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



189 



190 



39-7 



37-3 



M'6 



M'5o 



191 



18-3 



M'5 



192! 19-4 



M'i5 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. ; be- 
neath, p 



Head of Aphrodite 1., wearing neck- 
lace ; hair falling loose down neck. 



to r., palm. 
[PI. V. 11.] 



I » 



» 



Hexnidrachms 



Circ. B.C. 431-338. 



Forepart of Pegasos 1., 
with curled wing ; be- 
neath, p 



Head of Aphrodite 1., wearing ear- 
ring and necklace ; hair in sphen- 
done, tied in front. 



[PI. T. 12.] 



Similar. 



Head of Aphrodite 1. ; hair bound 
with myrtle wreath. 



193 



194 



195 



18-4 



19 



15-7 



iR-45 



iR-4 



M'i5 



196 



19-7 



iR-45 



[PI. V. 13.] 



Similar. 



Head of Aphrodite r. ; hair rolled, 
and with long tress hanging behind 
neck. 



[PI. V. 14.] 



Similar. 



Female head (Peirene T) facing, hair 
flying loose. 



[PI. V. 15.] 



12-7 
19-7 
12-0 



Diobola. 
Ciro. B.O. 431-338. 

PegaaoSjWithourlod wing, I Pegasos, with euiled wing, flying 1. 
flying 1. ; beneath, O 

Itor., -o 
[PI. V. 16.] 

ahove, ilolpliiu downwanla. 



[PI. T. 17.] 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing J flying 1. ; he- 
uoath, O 



hoth wingBseen ; beneath, ^ ; above, 
dolphin downwaida, 

Ji (luiled winya, flyiug 1. 




No. 


m. 


Size. 


ObvarBe. Roverne. 








TrihemioboU. 










Circ. a.o. 431-338. 










P^jasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. ; be- 
neath, 9 


Gorgon-Iiead with mouth cIoBed, 


209 


9-5 


^■35 














[PI. T. 19.] 




210 


90 


M-35 




to I., E; tor., (j) 




211 


9-2 


M-35 




.. M 




212 


8-9 


M-35 














[VI T. 20.] 










Obols. 










Ciiv. B.C. 431-338. 










Pcgas03, with jxiintoJ 


Cross of ' Swuslili-a ' fonu 


i- 








wings, flying ].; be- 
neath, 9 






213 


C-9 


M-i 














[PI. Y, 21.] 










Pegaaos, with curlad wing, 
standing r.; beneath, 6 


Ornaniontod trident. 




314 


6'3 


M-Z 














[PI. T. 22.] 










Pegnaos, with pointed Ornamented trident, 
wing, flying 1. ; beuuath, 




215 


6 


M-3 


9 (') 






216 


6-0 


M-3 









22 






COBINTHIA. 




No. 


wt. 


3lo;ul. 
Size. 


Obverso. Heverse. 


217 
218 
219 
220 
221 


127-6 
131- 
131- 
133- 
130'1 


M-S5 
JRS 
MS 
MS 
JRS 


' Series -mm O and LstTBits. 

^ 1 

Oirc. B.C. 350-338. ■ 

Staters. " 

Pegasoa, with poictod HcndofPiil]a8l.,wearmg,ovcr bather 
wings, flying ]. ; be- cap, Corinthian helmet without urest 
neath, O 

beneath, A ; to r., ronnd shield, ou 
which trident. [PI. ix. 1.] 

beneath, A ; to r,, hee. 
[PI. IX. 2.] 

„ „ to r., wreath. 
[PI. IX. 3.J 

under nhin, A; to r., ThessaliaE 
helmet. [PI. ix. 4.] 

ondei chin, A ; to r., Thessalian 
helmet. 


^M 



... 


wt. 


Metnl. 
Size. 


ObTerae. 


K„„„ 








Pefjasos, Tvith pointed 
wiag, flying 1. ; be- 
neath, Q 


Head of Aphrodite 1., wearing ear- 
ring and necklace ; her hair rolled 
up behind, leaving loose ends. 


!2r 


39-0 


^■6 


Simil.p. 


tor., A. 

[PL IX. 8.] 

Head of Persephone 1,, wearing ear- 
ring and necklace, her hair liownd 
ivith coni wreath. 


328 


41-8 


^■6 




under chin, A- 

[PI. IX. 9.] 


229 


40-2 


MS 


Similar. 


under chin, A. 

Head of Aphrodite 1,, wearing e,ir- 
ring and ncckluco: hair bound 
wiUi crossed cord, leaving loose 
ends. 


230 


43-3 


M-SS 


Similar. 


to r., A . 

[PI. IS. 10.] 

Head of Aphrodite r., wearing ear- 
ring and necklace ; hair in sacoe. 


231 


42-7 


Mi 


Similar. 


tol., A. 

[PI. 11.11.] 

Hejid of Aphrodite 1., wearing ear- 
ring and necklace ; her hair in nel. 


233 


40-7 


AL-G 


Similar. 


to r., A. 

[PI. IX. 12.] 

Head of Aphrodite I., wearing eai- 
ring and necklace; her hair in 
ephendone, and tied at crown of 
head, leaving ends hanging looae. 


233 


38-2 


M-5S 




to r., A 1 



CORINTHIA. 



Foropart of Pegaaoa !., 
with ciirletl wing ; lio- 
neath, O 



IIosil of Apliroilite 1., wonring e 
ring and necklace ; lier liair 
sate OS. 



nder chin, A . 
[ri. IX. 13.] 



I'ej^aaos, with poiiitiiJ 
wing, ilyiQg 1.; be- 
niiathj O 



Diobols. 

PugasQS, with curloj ffiiig, trotting L 




CORnCTH. 



2rj 



No. 



wt. 



MetaL 

Size. 



Ohverae. 



Reverse. 



241 



1261 



M'75 



AA 



Staters. 



Circ. ac. 400-350. 



Pegasos, with pointed Heinl of Pallas r.,woari lift, over loathor 



wing, flying r. ; be- 
neathy O 



cap, Corinthian huhnct without crest. 



242 



130-5 



A -85 



243 



133-2 



M'9 



244 



129-8 



M'9 



245 



132-2 



ifl-9 



246 



1235 



iR-9 



to r., A A ; to 1., trident. 
[PL Ti. 20 



AA 

StaterSk 
Circ. B»c. 350-338. 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1, ; be- 
neath, p 



Head of Palhis l.,woarinjj:,over leather 
cap, Corinthian helmet without crest 



beneath, A A ; to r., wheel. 
[PI. IX. 17.] 



), A A ; to. r., apple. 
[PL IX. 18.] 



» A A ; to r., mask of Si- 

lenos. 



» 



[PL IX. 19.] 



M 



)) AA ; to r., cuimps witli 

))teruj^eR. 
[PL IX. 20.] 



OORINTH. 



27 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obvorse. 


Re verso. 








Drachms. 








Oirc. B.C. 338. 








Pegasos, with pointed ; Head of Aphrodite 1., wearing sphen- 
wing, flying 1. ; be- done and necklace, 
neath, O 

* 4 


260 


40-7 


JR'6 




in field, A P 








[PI. XII. 9.] 


261 


41-2 


M'6 






262 


40-5 


M-eb 












Cire, B.C. 300, or later. 








Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying r. ; be- 
neath, p 


Head of Aphrodite 1., wearing ear- 
ring and necklace ; hair in sacoos. 


263 


32- 


M'6 




in field, A P 








[PI. XII. 10.] 


264 


31-7 


iR-55 


Hexnidrachms. 

Chr. B.C. 338. 








Forepart of Pegasos 1., 
with curled wing; be- 
neath, p 


Head of Demeter 1., veiled, and 
wearing corn-wreath. 


265 


20-9 


M'5 




beneath, A P 








[PI. XII. 11.; 








Similar. 


Head of Aphrodite 1., with flowing 
hair, earring, and necklace. 


266 


19-0 


M'4b 




beneath, A P ; to r., ivy-leaf. 
PI. XII. 12.] 



OOBIHTHIA. 





No. 


1 Metal. 


OfaTerBO. 


RoverBQ. 










Fureiiart of Pegasos 1., 


HeaJ of Aphrodite 1., wearing ear- 










with curled wing: be- 


ring and necklace ; her hair 










n„„h, 9 


gathered up and tied at crown of 










head, leaving ends loose. 




2G7 


30-3 


vR-45 


SiiiiiliiT- 


infield, A P 

[PI. XII. 13.] 

Head of Aphrodite 1., wearing ear- 
ring and necklace ; her hair in 
saecos, the enda escaping at crown 
of head. 




268 


19-3 


M-i 




infield, A P 

[PI. XII. H.] 










Otobols. 










Circ. B.C. 338. 










Puyasos, with pointed 


Pegaaos, with curled wing, trotting r. 










iviiij,', flying I ; be- 












neath, O 




^M 



CORINTB. 



29 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



273 



130-2 



M76 



AY 



Circ B.C. 350-338. 



Stater. 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying I. ; be- 
neath, p 



Head of Pallas 1., wearing, over 
leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest. 



in field, A Y ; to r., female figure 
standing 1., holding torch and 
cornucopisQ. 

[PL IX. 21.] 
Drachms. 



974 



40-8 



M-e 



275 



42-1 



^•55 



fi76 



41-7 



277' 40-7 



M'55 



M'b6 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. ; be- 
neath, p 



Head of Aphrodite 1. ; laur., with 
flowing hair, wearing necklace. 



Similar. 



Similar. 



in field, A Y 
[PI. IX. 22.] 



Head of Aphrodite 1., wearing ear- 
ring and necklace; hair gathered 
up and tied behind, leaving loose 
ends. 

infield, A Y 

[PI. IX. 23.] 



Head of Aphrodite 1., wearing ear- 
ring and necklace, ; hair wavy 
and tied behind, leaving loose ends. 



in field, A Y 



[PI. IX. 24.] 



» 



»> 



CORIN'THIA. 



B 

Circ. B.C. 300-2i3. 



with pointed 
Ajdng ]. ; be- 

■9 

[PI. I 



Head of Pallftsl., wearing, ovorleatlier 
cap, Corintliiau Lelmet without criwt. 




So J Wt. ^^- 0b«rs8. Beverao. 








A 








Cire. B.C. 350-338. 








Staters. 








PegaeoB, with pointed 
wing, ilying L; be- 
ncath, O 


Head of Pallas I., wearing, over leather 
cnp, Corinthian helmet without crcat. 


286 


130-7 


M-i 


[PI. 


to r., A, and figure of bearded 
Dionyaos, ivearing long chiton, 
standing r., holding kantliaroa and 
grapes. 


287 


128-7 


M-9 




" 


9SS 


128- 


jR-9 




to r., A and krat«r. 

[PI. X. 5,1 


389 


1303 


jIl-8 




beneath. A; to r., head of Hdi^.s 
facing, radiate. 

[PI. I. 6.] 


890 


130-7 


jR-85 




to r., A and ivy-wreath. 
[PI. i 7.] 


291 


130-7 


A -85 




beneath, A ; to r., vine-wreath. 
LPl. X. 8.] 








Draclims. 








Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. ; bu- 
neath, <f 


Head of Aphrodite 1., wearing car- 
ring and necklace ; hair roUed an<l 
bound with myrtle! wreath, passing 
twice round. 


S93 


40-7 


jR-6 


[PI 


tor., A 
X.9.] 



COtttKTIlIA. 





No. 


Wt. 




ObYBise. 


RoTorse. 










Pe(,'!isos, witli 


pointed 


1 

Head of Aphrodite 1., wearing ear- 










wing, flying 


I.; bo- 


ring and necklace ; her bair bound 










neath, (p 




with crosfled cord and tied it 












crown of head, leaving loose ends. 




293 


38-2 


M-6 






to r., A 1 
[PI. X. 10.] ' 




294 


41- 


Ai-5 


Similar. 




lle.id of Aphrodite L, wearing ear- 
ring and ncckkce ; hair iii aplieii- 
done. 




295 


41-8 


JRG 


Si..nlar. 




tor., A [PI. X. 11.] 

Ile^id of Aphrodite 1., wearing ea^ 
ling and necklace ; hair in saecos, 




296 


37-7 


M-55 


Sin.iL.c. 




tor., A [PI. X. 12.] 

Head of Aphrodite L, wearing ent- 
ring and necklace; hair rolled. 


^M 



No. 


„.^ 1 Metal 


ObTerso. 1 Rotcibo. 








AorAI 








C!re. D.O. 350-338. 








Dmclinia. 








PegaeoB, with pointed 
wing, flying I.; be- 


Head of Aphrodite I., wearing ear- 
ring, necklace, and stcphane ; hair 
falling down neck behind. 


303 


38- 


*-65 




in front, A ; behind, plnale. 
[PI. X. 17.] 


304 


39- 


A -65 




no Btephane ; in front, A ; behind, 
phiale. 

[PI. X. 18.] 


306 


38-5 


JRd 


■no Ktophanc ; in front, Al ; licliind, 
(n. ,. 19.] 

Al 

arr. ac. 338-300. 
Staters. 








Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. ; l>e- 
neath, <p 


Head of Pallas l, wearing, over 
leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest. 


306 


130-7 


Jl-85 




to l, Al ; to r., cow r., suckling 








[I'l. XII. 17.] 1 


30- 


129-5 


/R-8 




in field, A 1 ; to r., wreath. 
[PI. X.I. 18.] 


308 


131-7 


^•8 




„ „ „ Zeua seated r., 
holding thunderbolt and eagle. 
[PI. xii. 10.] 



OOBINTHIA. 





No, 


Wt. 


Hiatal. 
Size. 


Obveree. 


Revorae, 










Pegasos, Mith pointed 


Head of Pallas ]., wearing, oTer 










wing, flying 1. j bo- 


- leather cap, CoriEthian helmet 










nealh, O 


without crest. 




309 


132- 


^■85 




in field, A 1 ; to r., Pallas standing 
1., holding Nike and spear. 
[PI. XII. 20.] 














310 


13'J'7 


M-75 




.. „ .. 




311 


1301 


M-85 




„ „ „ Paltas advanc- 
ing!., holding Hpear over shoulder. 
[PL XII. 21.] 




312 


130- 


iU-85 




in field, A I ; to r., Artemia hun- 
tress standing r., shooting with 
how. 

[PI. sii. 22.] 




313 


124-5 


^■85 




in field, A 1 J to r., Artemis! 
seated r., holding torch. 
[PI. XII. 23.] 




314I32'5 


^■85 




in field, A 1 ; to r., Artemis run- 


^M 



CORINTH. 



35 



No. 



Wt. 



MetaL 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



Trihemidraehms. 



Circ. B.C. 350-338. 



319 



58-9 



iR-65 



320 



58-5 



321 52-5 



M'lb 



M'lb 



Bellerophon, wearing 

chlamys and petasos, 
riding on bridled Pe- 
gasos, with pointed 
wing, flying r. : he 
strikes downwards with 
his spear ; beneath, O 



Chimaera 1. 



beneath, A I ; across line of ex., am- 
phora. 



[PL XII. 28.] 



beneath, Al ; across line of ex., am- 
phora. 

type r. ; beneath Al ; in ex., ear of 
com. 



322 



41-7 



^•55 



Drachm. 



Circ. B.C. 338-300. 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1 ; be- 
neath, p 



Head of Aphrodite 1., wearing ear- 
ring and necklace ; hair in saccos. 



323 12-7 



A -45 



324 



6-7 



iR-35 



in field, A I 
[PI. XII. 29.] 

Diobol. 



Pegasos, with 
wing, flying 
neath, O 



pointed 
1. ; be- 



Pegasos, with curled wing, trotting 1. 



beneath, A I 
[PI. XII. 30.] 

Obol. 



Pegasos, with 
wing, flying 
neath, O 



pointed 
1. ; be- 



Trident. 



in field, A 
[PL XII. 31.] 



L-OUINTHIA. 





No. 


Wt, 


Met«L 
Size. 


Obrorae. 


RsTene. J 










E 










arc. B.C. 400-350. 










Staters. 










PcgasoH, witli cuvlej wing, 


Head of PoUaa I., wearing, over 










Irottiiiy r. ; be- 


leather cap, Curinthian helmet 










neath, 9 E 


without Croat. 




335 


129-S 


yR-85 




behind, forepart of rushing bull 1, 
and a 










[PI. VI. 3.] 1 










Pi'gasoF, with pointed 


Head of Pallas L, wearing, over 










wing, flying I, ; be- 


leather cap, Corinthian helmet 










neath, (J) 


without crest. 




326 


130- 


M-0 




behind, E and race-torch, 

[P1.TL4.] 




327 


132-2 


M-a 




„ and rose. 
[PI. VI. 5.] 


^M 



CORINTH. 



37 



No. 



Wt. 



MetaL 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



333 



334 



130-5 



132-3 



M'S 



MS 



335 



127-7 



MS 



EP 



Circ. B.C. 400-350. 



Staters. 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying r. ; be- 
neath, p 



halter flying loose. 



Head of Pallas r., wearing, overleather 
cap, Corinthian helmet without crest. 

to L, Nike r., carr}'ing thymiaterion ; 
to r., EP 



>> 



»> 



336 



337 



13-4 



12-5 



338 



125-2 



iR-45 



Mi 



M'86 



to 1., Nike r., carrying thymiaterion ; 
to r., E P 

[PL VI. 10.] 

to r., Nike 1., carrying thymiaterion 
and EP 

[PI. VI. 11.] 

Diobols. 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. ; be- 
neath, p 



Pegasos, with curled wing, trotting 
1. on basis. 



beneath, E P 
[PI VI. 12.] 



»» 



»» 



EY 



Circ. B.C. 400-350. 
Staters. 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying r. ; be- 
neath, p 



Head of Pallas r., wearing, overleather 
cap, Corinthian helmet without ci-est. 



to 1., Y3 and naked bearded figure 
Zeus ? standing 1. on basis, holding 
thunderbolt Hn r., and in 1. trans- 
verse staff from which a fillet 
hangs. 

[PI. vn. 1.] 





No. 


w. 


MotiLl. 
Sine. 


ObTsrae. 


RflTBrae. 










Pegasoa bridled, with 


Head of Pallas r., wearing, over 










pointed winjr, Hying 1. ; 


leather cap, Corinthian helmet 










beneath, O 


without crest. 




339 


134- 


^■85 


1 to 1., tripod ; to r., EY 
[Pl.vn.2,] 

Pegaaos bridled, with | Hend of Pullas r,, wearing, over 










curled wing, standing r.. 


leather cap, Corinthian helmet 










attached by a halter 


without crest. 










to a ring in the wall 












abavohim^ beneath, O 






340 


130-2 


^■s 


to 1., tripod ; to r., [E] J Y 










[n. vii. 3.] 










Pegasos hridl(!<l, with 


Head of Pallas 1., wearing, over 










curled wiii{.% walking r. ; 


leather cap, Corinthian lielmet 










beneath, O 


without crest. 




3il 


128'8 


.^.-85 




to 1., Y ; to r„ tripud. 










[H. vu. 4.] 


^M 



No. 


wt 


Metal 
Siu>. 


Obyarao. ReTerBO. 








EYB 








Oirc. B.C. 400-350. 








Stater. 








Pegaaos, with curled witig, 
drinkingr. ;bcnoath, O 


Head of Palliia 1.. wearing, over 
1 cither cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest. 


315 


132- 


*-85 




to 1., dolphin; to r., rose. 








[PL VI r. 7.] 








EYO 








Circ. B.C. 400-350. 








BtatBrs. 








PegaflOB, with pointed 
wing, flying r. ; be- 
neath, O 


Head of Pallaa r., wearing, over 
leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest. 


346 


132-2 


«-85 




to 1., douhle-hodied owl ; to r., 0V3 








[n. vri. 8.] 


347 


132'8 


*-85 


(Pegasos bridled.) 1 to 1., double -bodied owl (GY3 

1 wanting). 

[PI. T II. 9.] 


348 


130-7 


M-85 


Type I. 1 to 1., Chimaera r. ; to r., OY3 








[PI.. 


II. 10.] 



CORINTHIA. 





No. 


w.. 


JIbWI. 
SiM. 


ObverBfl. 


1 ^ 

HoYOrBB. 










EYTY 










Cire. B.C. 400-350. 










Stater. 










PegasOT briJJeil, with 


Head of Pallas ]., wearing, over 










curled wing, standing 


leather cap, Corinthian helmet 










r., attached hy a iial- 


without crest. 










ter to a ring fixed in 












thp ivall above him; 












beneath, (J) 


Y 3 




349 


131-5 


^■85 




to ]., Y ; to r.. y 










[PI. -vii. 11.] 










1 

CiTc. B.C. 338. 


^M 



CORINTH. 



41 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



42-2 



41' 



iR-6 



^•6 



Drachms. 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. ; be- 
neath, p 



J57 20-5 



^•45 



13-5 



M'4: 



Head of Aphrodite L, wearing ear- 
ring and necklace ; hair in saccos. 



to 1., I 
{PI. X. 24.] 

Hemidrachm. 



Forepart of Pegasos 1., 
with curled wing ; be- 
neath, p 



Head of Persephone 1., wearing ear- 
ring and necklace; her hair bound 
with corn-leaves. 



to I, I 

[PL X. 25.] 

Diobol. 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. j be- 
neath, p 



Pegasos, with curled wing, trotting 1. 



1320 



^•8 



to 1., I 
[PI. X. 26.] 

lA 

Circ, B.C. 400-350. 
Stater. 



Pegasos bridled, with 
pointed wing, flying 1. ; 
beneath, p 



Head of Pallas 1., wearing, over leather 
cap, Corinthian helmet without crest; 
around, four dolphins. 



in fleld, I A 

[PI. VIII. 1.] . 



K 



Circ. B,c. 400-350. 
Staters. 

Pegflsos briiJIeil, with I HeaJofPaliasr.,wfariiig,over leather 
pointed wing, dying r., cayjjCoiiiithian helmetwithout crest, 
beneath, O | 

to 1., ornameuted trident and "A 
[PI. VIII. 2.] 




No. 


Wt. 


MaUl. 
SiM. 


Obverae, Hovoi^se, 








KA 








are. B.C. 300-34.1. 








Drachm. 








Pegaaoe, with pointed 
wing, flying 1.; be 

[PI.. 


Head of Aphrodite ]. ; hair rolled 
and with ends falling down neek. 


366 


3M 


MQ5 


infield, K A 
m. 2.] 








A 








Cire. B.C. 350-338. 








Stater. 


367 


128-5 


JR-9 


Fegnsos, with pointed 
winjr, flying 1. j be- 
neath, <p 

[PI. 


Head of Pallas 1., weHving, over leather 
cap, Curinthtan holmet without crest. 

to 1., Nike flying t.; carrying taenia ; 
to r., A and dolphin downwards. 

.1. 1.] 








He tni drachms. 








Forepart of Pegaaos 1., 
with curled wing ; he* 
ueatli, O 


Head of Aphrodite 1., wearing ear- 
ring and necklace; hair bound 
with taenia and tied at back of 
neck. 


368 


18-9 


A -46 


[PI. 

Forepart of P^asoa 1., 
with slightly curled 
wing; beneath, O 


tor.,< 
XI. 2.] 

Head of Aphivdite 1., wearing ear- 
ring and necklace ; hair rolled 
and with ends loose. 


369 


19-4 


M-i 




tol.A 








[PI. xi. 3.] 


370 


187 


JR-5 




» » 



with 
wing, flying 
neath, O 



pointed Head of Pallas I., wearing,over leather 
1. ; l)c-' cap, Corinthian helmet without crest. 

to r., A and mast with yaid {cf. s( 
I of Leucas, without O ). 
[PI. XIII. 3.] 



N 



with 
ncath, O 



Stat 

pointed 



Head of Pallas 1., wearing, over leather 
cap, CoriDthian helmet without creEt, 

to r., N in corn-wreath. 



[PI. XI. 4.] 




CORINTH. 



45 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



381 



40-7 



M-e 



382 



130-5 



M'S 



Drachm. 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. ; be- 
neath, O 



Head of Aphrodite 1., wearing neck- 
lace ; hair in saccos. 



tol., N 
[PI. XI. 12.] 



Nl 



arc. B.C. 350-338. 



Stater. 



Pegasos bridled, with 
pointed wing, flying r. ; 
beneath, O 



383 



129-3 



iR-85 



Head of Pallas r., wearing, over 
leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest. 

to 1., Nl and bell-shaped helmet 
with straps and crest in the form 
of fore-part of stag ? 



[PL XI. 13.] 



3E 



Before circ. B.C. 400. 



Stater. 



Pegasos, with curled wing, 
flying 1. ; beneath, O % 



Head of Pallas 1., wearing Corinthian 
helmet without crest; hair flowing. 



to r., 2 and scallop. 

[PI. VI. 1.] 



Circ. B.C. 350-338. 



Pegasos, with pointeJ i Head of Aphrodite 1., wearing eai^ 

wings, flying !. ; be- ring and necklace ; hei' hair bound 

iieath, O with crossed cord and tied at 

crown of head, leaving loose ends.| 



[Pi. XI. U.] 



Circ. B.C. 350-338. 



with pointeii I Head of Aphrodite 1., wearing ear- 
wing, flying 1, ; be- ring and necklace and bound 
neath, O taenia; her hair rolled round head, 




CORINTH. 



47 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



387 130-8 



388 131-5 



389128-4 



390 



126-7 



M9 



iR-8 



M'S 



M'S5 



391 



392 



42-2 



40-4 



iR-65 



iR-6 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying r. ; be- 
neath, O 



(Pegasos bridled.) 



Head of Pallas r. , wearing, over leather 
cap, Corinthian helmet without crest. 

to L, 5 ; to r., dolphin. 



>» >> >» 



>> 



>> » >> 



»> 



1 >> >> »> 



)) 



[PL VIII. 7.] 



Drachms. 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. ; be- 
neath, O 



Head of Aphrodite 1., without ear- 
ring or necklace ; hair rolled. 



393 



16-7 



iR-5 



394 



16-8 



to 1., i ; to r., dolphin. 
[PI. VIII. 8.] 

[PI. viir. 9.] 

Uncertain Letter. 
Hemldrachms . 
CVrc, B,c. 400-350. 



Forepart of Pegasos 1., 
with curled wing; be- 
neath, p 



Head of Aphrodite r., wearing ear- 
ring ; hair rolled. 



to r., ? 
[PI. viii. 10.] 



Similar. 



JR'6 



Head of Aphrodite L, wearing ear- 
ring and necklace ; hair confined at 
back of neck but with flowing ends. 



to r., ] 
[PL VIII. 11.] 



Sewks with P and Monograms. 



3 



CiTc. B 0. 400-350. 

Obol. 

Pegasos, with pointed I Trident upwards ; to I., TJ 
wing, flying ! . ; be- 
neath, O 

[PL VI. 13.] 



Clre. B.C. 300-243. 

Statera. 

Pegasos, with pointed Head of Pailaal., wearing, over leather 
wing, flying 1. ; be- cap, Corinthian helmet without crest 
neath, ~ 




»..j ».^ ' s- 


Obverse. KeiorBO. 








Iff. 1?! 








Ciic B.G. 300-243. 








Statere. 








Pegasoa, with pointod 
wing, flying 1.; be- 
neath, O 


HoadofPtti!asr.,weartng,ovcrIeafcher 
cap,Corinthianhehin:t without crest. 


401 


124-5 


«-85 


to r., W , and Term I. 

CPLxi„.6.] 


402 


125- 


*-85 




„ 171, ,. 


403 


127 5 


Jl-85 




„ „ 


404 


128-8 


^-9 




to 1 , B ; to r., t?! , and Term 1. 








[PL Tin. 7.] 


405 


128-4 


*-8 


helmet bouniJ with olive ; to L, B ; 
to r., M, aiid Term L 
[PJ. xur. 8.] 

Drachm. 








Pegasoa, with pointed 
wing, flying L; be- 


Head of Aphrodite L, wearing oar- 
ring and necklace ; hair in saccos. 

tor., hfl 


406 


35- 


.«-65 








[PI sm. 9.] 








P) 








CiTc. B.C. 300-243. 








Drachm. 








Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying L; be- 
neath, <j) 


Head of Aphrodite L, wearing neck- 
lace ; hail in saceus. 


407 


40 2 


.R-55 


tor„P^ 


408 


32-8 


«-6 




„ „ [PLxiiMO.] 


409 


33-S 


M-, 




,. „ 



COBIXTBIA. 



)-c. B.C. 300-243. 
Drachm. 



'ogaBoa, with pointed 
wing, flying I. ; bii- 
iiuaih, O 



Head of Aphrojitc 1., wearing 
ring and necklace ; hair bound 
with bmod kerchief or sphendone. 



tor.,R 
[I'l, XIII. 11.] 



Circ. B.C. 300-243. 



Pegasaii, with [MintedlHead of Aphrodite I., wearing eia- 
fljitig 1. ; be- ring and uecklace; hair in eaccos. 




CORINTH. 



51 



No. 


wt. 


MetaL 
Size. 


Obverse. 

1 


Rovcrso. 








• 


H« 








Circ. B.C. 300-243. 
Stater. 








Pegasos, with pointed 
win<?, flying 1.; be- 


Head of Pallas 1., wearing over leather 
cap, Corinthian helmet without crest 








neathy O 




413 


131- 


M 85 


to 1., A ; to r., HC and bearded 
Teim 1. 








[PL XIII. 14.] 








Drachms. 








Circ. B.C. 300-243. 








\ 

Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying r. ; be- 
neath, O 


Head of Aphrodite 1 , wearing ear- 
ring and necklace ; hair tied 
behind, leaving loose ends. 


414 


39- 


M'65 


- 


to r., ^ 








[PI. XIII. 15.] 








t 








Type 1. Similar ; head r. 


415 


35'2 


iR-6 


to 1., f 
[PI. XIII. 16.] 








D 

XI 








Type 1. 


Head of Aphrodite 1., wearing ear- 
ring and necklace ; hair tied with 
band. 


41G 


32-4 


ill'55 


• 


^0 r., 3 [PI. XIII. 17.] 





No. 


WL 


Motat. 
Size. 


ObrerBO. 


RBTerBfl. 












X 










Pugasos, with 


pointed 


Head of Aphrodite 1,, wearing ear- 










winn, flying 


1. ; be- 


ring and neckLiCB ; hriir in a kind 










iieutli. O 
















helmet open at the back. 




tl7 


36'5 


M-6 






to I., X ; to T., Pttlm and O 
[Fl. xi.i. 18.] 












X 














Hoad of Aphrodite r., wearing ear- 














ring nnd necklace ; hair in saccos. 




41S 


32- 


M'55 






tol.,X 












AA 




419 


33 


M-&5 






^0 I, A/^ ; ^0 r-, star. 

[PI xiii. 19.] 




420 


34-8 


.11-55 








^M 



COIUNTB. 



53 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 








BBONZB. 








Oirc. B.C. 400-300. 








Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying r. ; be- 
neath, O 


Trident upwards. 


423 




JE-5 










[PI. XIV. 1.] 


424 




iE-5 




to 1 , sepia. 


425 




JE-55 




to r., crescent. 


426 




iE-55 




to 1., O . type downwards. 


427 




M'6 


^ 


9 

" i< o " 


428 




M'5 




to r., ear of corn, type upwards. 


429 




M'56 




to 1., K ; to r., fish-hook. 


430 




JE'6 




„ „ „ ivy-leaf. 


431 




iE-65 




„ „ to r., ivy -leaf, type down- 
wards. 


432 




iE-55 




to 1., grapes ; to r., K . type down- 
wards. 


433 




^.•55 




„ id ; to r., grapes and kantharos. 
type upwards. 








[PI. 3 


:iv. 2.] 



COBINTBIA. 





Xo. 


Wt. 


Motal, 


Obvorao. 


a„.™. 


434 

435 
43G 
i37 

438 
433 




^■5 

JE-5 
^■45 


Pegasoa, with pointed 
wins, fiyiiifl 1- j be- 
neath, 9 

(both wings seen ) 


TtiJent upwarda. 

to r. Pallas 1,, carrying Nike. 

to L, ataniiing figure 1., holding eo^ 
nucopiie (?) ; to r,, % 

to r , owl r. 

„ running grifRn. 
„ tlmnilerbolt. 
„ tripod. 
., dolphin. 


^M 



No. 


\Vt. 


Metnl. 
Size. 


Obveree. Rcvorso. 








SBKIEa WITH LETTERS AND BYMUOIS. 


m 




^■s 


Pegasos, with pointed 
wiiig, flying 1. ; be- 
neath, 6 


Trident upwards, 
to 1., A 


«7 




^■5 




„ A ; to r., A and mask. 


tie 




^■55 




„ A ; lo r., aiiiphcim. 


t49 




.^■5 




>. A; „ 


150 




^■55 




„ krnter; tor., A 


451 




^■55 




flower ■ 








[PI. av. 4.] 1 


152 




^■5 




„ A ; to r., 1 mid flower. 


i53 




^■55 




„ A ; „ 1 and pine-cone. 








[PI. ,1V. 5.] 


454 




^■55 




„ A i „ 1 und ],bialc. 


455 




^■5 




„ % ; to r., wreath. 


456 




^■5 




„ EY ; to r., female figure stand- 
ing 1., bolJirjg scei>tre. 


457 




^■5 




„ H 


458 




Ji-5 




1, H i to r., wreath. 


459 




.^■5 




,. Hi „ „ 


460 




^■5 




., H; „ ,. 



CORtSTHIA. 



wing, flyii 
uoatb, O 



K ; to r., amphora 



„ Niko standing 1 , hoKliii 
wreiitli (1) ; to r., <i 
[PI. XIV. 6.] 




CORINTH. 



57 



No. 



Wt. 



472 

■ 

473 
474 
475 



476 



477 



478 



479 



480 



481 



482 



MetaL 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



^•7 



/E-75 



iE-7 



M'7b 



M -55 



M'6 



iE-75 



M -8 



MS 



Head of Pallas L, wearing 
crested Corinthian hel- 
met. 



KOPIN OIAN Trident upwards 



[PI. XIV. 7.] 

to 1., 3 



(countermark trident.) 



» 



<„ 



[PI. XIV. 8.] 



>» »» 



Circ. B.C. 300-243. 



Head of Pallas r., wearing 
crested Corinthian hel- 
met. 



Pegasos, with pointed wing, flying r. '» 
beneath, K 



[PI. XIV. 9.] 



Pegasos, with 
wing, flying 
neath, O 



pointed Pegasos, with pointed wing, flying 1.; 
1. ; be- beneath, O 



Head of Poseidon r., Bellcrophon, wearing petasos, riding 

on Pegasos r. bridled, and striking 
downwards with his spear. 



bound with wreath of 
marine plant, as on 
coins of Antigonus 
Gonatas. 



^•55 



Mb 



beneath, E (or Z1) O 



>> 



[PI XIV. 10.] 



» 



[PI. XIV. 11.] 



If 9 
9 



Head of bearded Herakles 



wearing wreath. 



Forepart of Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying r. 



beneath, |-P O 
[PL XIV. 12.] 

I „ 9 n 

[PI. XIV. 13]. 



OOEINTHIA. 





No. 


Wt. 


MetaL 

SizB. 


Obvorao. Bevorea. 










COKINTH, A ROMAN" COLONY 










(LAua Julia Cobintbus). 










JiiHuB Cwmr to Galla, B.C. 46— a.d. 68, with names of Duoviri. 










J. Caesar, Oire. B.C. 46-44. 










P. Tiidiua Chilo and C. Julius Nicephorus. 










CORINTHVM Belle 


PTADr-CHILO Poseidon 










roplioii, wearing petasos 


CIVLI-NICEP nakeil, seated r. 










andcblamys, stiidiiigr., 


11-VIR- on rock, aud 










and seiKing Pegasoe r., 


resting on long trident. 










!iy the bridle, before a 












poiiili.* 






483 




^■95 








484 




^■9 














[PI. XV. 1.] 










L. Certua Aeficius aiid C. Julius. 


^H 



OOBINTH. 



59 



No. 


Metal. 

^ *• Size. 

1 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 








M. Antonim, Before B.C. 30. 








P. Aebutius and C. Pinnius. 








COR IN Head of M. 
Antonius 1., bare. 


PAEBVTIOCPINNIO IIVIR- 

Prow L 


490 




M'9 












[PL XV. 3.] 








Augustus, B.C. 27 — a.d. 14. 








P. Aebutius Spuri f. and C. Julius Hera 


491 




iE-85 


CORIW Headof P./tVSPF 
AVGVSTVM Angus- CINLIO hERA within wreath, 
tusr., bare. IIVIR QVI- 

ITER 

[PL XV. 4.] 


492 




iE-85 


1 
P. Aebutius [Spuri f.] and 1 








COPI W Head of Posei- 
don r., bound with 
taenia. 


P-AEBV Chimaera 1. 

IIVIR 


493 




iE-85 


[PI. X 


V. 5.' 








P. Aebutius Spuri f. and C. Heius Pamphilus, Praefecti. 


494 




M'7 


PRFITE R COR 

Pegasos flying r. 

[PI. X 


PAEBV 

TIO-SP-F within wreath. 

CHEIO 

PAMPHI 

LO 

:v. 6.; 


495 




/E-65 


1 







No. 


Wl. 


Size. 


Obverse. 


BevarsB. 










Q. Caedliua Xiyer and C. Heiua I'umiiMhia. 










CORIM HeadofApli- 


QCAECILNIGR E<lkroplion* 










rwlite r., weariog ear- 


C-HEIO PM wearing pc- 










riny uml necklLice ; her 


II VIR tasoa. mounted 










liair gntber&l back uiid 


on I'egasos prancing r., striking 










tied behind, leaving 


with speai at Chiniaera 1. beneath 










louse euds. 


him. 




490 




M-Q 














[PI, XV. 7.] 1 




407 




/E-d 


CORIM Headof Apb- 
rodilc r., wearing ear- 
riug and necklace ; her 
hair baund with ctoased 
cord and tied behiud, 
leaving loose ends. 


QCAECILNIGR I'egasos 
II VIR flying r. 
CHEIO PM 




i\>S 




Ai -Sb 








409 




M-S 


noinscr. 










[PI. XT. 8.] 1 


^M 



CORINTH. 



61 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



502 



503 



504 



505 



506 



507 



^•75 



iE-95 



M'S5 



JE'8 



iE-55 



[L.]RVTILIO 

PL Head 

of Augustus r., laur. 



VATRON 
COR 



Pegasos trotting r. 



M. Nonius Bassus and M. Antonius Hipparchus. 



M NONIO BASSO 
MANHIPPARC 

Head of Augustus r., 
bare* 



IIVIR ITER 

Caesar r., laur. 



Head of Julius 



[PI. XV. 11.] 



C. Servilius C. f. Primus and M. Antonius Hipparchus. 

CORI W Head of Au- CSERVILIO C F PRIMO M 

CAESAR 

bare. 



gustus r., 



ANTONIO HIPPARCHO 

IIVIR Heads face to face of 
Caius and Lucius bare; between 
them, C-L 



[PI. XV. 12.] 



CORIN Head of Po- 
seidon r., wearing wreath. 



C SERVI 
LIOCFPRI 

MOMANTO 
NIOHIPPA 
RCHO 



within wreath. 



[PL XV. 13.] 



iE-65 



CORIM Head of Po- 
,seidon r., wearing 
taenia. 

[PL XV. U.] 



Similar. laser, almost effaced. 





Ng. 


w.. 


MeUL 


Obvoraa. 


Rare 


... 










COR reyaaos flyiug r. 


BuBts face to face 
Luaius bate. 


of Cains aud 




508 




^■6 
















[PI. XV. 15.] 












C. MussiJiiia rriscue and C. Ueius 


Pollio. 










AVGVSTVS iCMVSSrDP 












[CORINTHI] IIcoJ 


RISCO IIVIR 


M-itliin a wreatli 










of Aii[,'ustna r., baru. 


Cf£IO POLLI 
ONEIIR 


of [Mirsley. 




509 




^■85 


AGRIPPA CAESAR 
CORINTHI Head 
of Aj;rip]jaPostoiiiuar., 
Ijare. 


C«:iO POL 
LIONE l-ER 
CMVSSIDP 
RISCO IIVIR 


within a wreath 
of parsley. 




510 




JE-S 


DRVSVS CA[ESAR1 


C.MVSSID 












CORINTHI Hond PRISCOIIVIR 


withia a wreath 










of Urasu. Cao»r t.iCHElO POLLI 


of jiareley. 


^M 



OORINTH. 



63 



No. 



Wt. 



514 



515 



516 



517 



518 



519 



520 



MetaL 
Size. 



Obverse, 



Reverse. 



^•8 



Tiberius a.d. 14-37. 



L. Arrius Peregrinus and L. Furius Labeo. 



LARRIO PEREGRI- 
NO IIVIR Bust of 
Livia r. ; hair in knot 
behind. 



L. FVRIO LABEONE IIVIR 

COR Hexastyle temple in* 
scribed GEM.IVLI* 



[PI. XVI. 1.] 



^•85 



^•85 



^•85 



^•8 



^•8 



MS 



L.FVRIO LA BEOI^ 
ll[V|R] Same type 1. 



L.FVRIO LABEOISE 
IIV[IR] Head of 
Livia r., wearing ste- 
phane and veil. 



L. ARRIO PEREGRINO 
IIVIR COR Same type. 



Similar. 



[PI. XVI. 2.J 



[LARR 
GRIN 



lO PERE 
P IIVIR] 

Head of Tiberius 1., 
laur. 



L.FVRIO LABEONE IIVIR 

COR Same type. 



[PI. XVI. 3.] 



[L.A]RRIO PERE 
GRINO IIVIR 

Same type. 



Sameinscr. Head radiate. 



Similar. 



L. FVRIO LABEOr€ [IIVIR 

COR] Same -type. 



* Imhoof and Gardner^ Numiimatic Comm, on Pautanias, p. 22. 





No. Wt. 


MetaL 
Size. 


Obveiae. 


nevei'HO. 










LFVRIOLA BEONE 


L ARRIO PEREGRINO 










IIVIR Hcnd of Tibe- 


IIVIR COR Sauiotjpo. 










rius 1., hur. 






521 




^-S5 








522 




^^■8 


Same inscr. Head of Au- 
gustus 1 1 , foiliiilo. 


Similar. 










P. Cauiuius Agrippa and L. Castricius Ecgulus. 










P.CANrrNrO L. CASTRrCIOREGV L o 










A]GRIPPA. IIVIR. 


IIVIRQVIN COR- Sealid 










QVINQ Head of 


statue of tlie Julia Gens • veiled 










Drusua Caeaar^ r., bare. 


r., with feet on footstool: she 
holds patera and sceptre. 




533 




^■85 














[PL x,r. 4.] 




524 




JE-85 


1 

[C] Iiutloiu.] I ind L. Ca.l[riciii.] 1 
CORIN IlaidofZBinliJNSTL. CA[STJ IMta ,,1- 


^M 



GOBINTH. 



65 



No. 



Wt. 



529 



530 



531 
532 
533 

534 



535 
536 
537 
538 
539 



MetaL 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



M'6 



MS CAS 
II VIR 



Trident. 



Pegasos flying 1. ; beneath, Q 



[PI. XVI. 7.] 

P. Vipsanius Agrippa. 
Agrippina sen., died a.d. 33. 



iE-8 



^•85 
MS 



M'Sb 



JE'S 



M'S5 



iE-75 



iE-8 



^E-8 



AGRIPPINA GERM 

Bust of Agrippina 
senior r. 



P VI PSA NIO AGRIPPA 

IIVIR* Heads face to face of 
Nero and Dnisus, bare; between 
them, ^£ • D 



[PI. XTI. 8.] 



Caligula, a.d. 37-41, 



C CAESAR AVGVS 

Head of Caligula 1., 
bare. 



CAESAR AVGVST 



P VIPSANIO AGRIPPA 

IIVIR COR Pegasos flying r. 



[PI. XVI. 9.] 



typer. 



M. Bellius Proculus. 



C CAESAR 

AVGVSTV Head 
of Caligula 1., bare. 



C CAESAR AVGVS 



type r. 



>) 



M -85 C CAESAR AVGV 

I type r. 

[PI. XVI. 10.] 



M BELLIO PROCVLO- 
IIVIR COR 

Pegasos flying 1. 



type r. 



)> j> 



>» M 



type 1. 





No. 


wt. 


Iifetal. 
Size. 


Obrerse. " Rererse. 










Claudius, A.O. 41-64. 










Capito and Cithero. 










[DIVVS AVGVS- 


vrCTORrA AVG CITHE- 










TVS] CAPITONE 
ITER Heaii i>f Au- 


RONE ITR IIVIR 










Nike faciiiy, Lead 1., Lolding 










gustus 1., iTLLliale. 


wi'cath. 




540 




^■95 














[PI. XVII. 1.] 










Octavius LuBciiiiis. 










Tl CLAVD CAES OCTAVrO LVSCINO 










ARAVGPP' Head COR Hesnstjle 










of CUiuUiUB r., liuir. toniple on Aoiocorintlms.* hi 










1 fioKi, IXR 










1 IIVIR 




5.11 




^■8 


1 
[PI. XVII. 2.] 

L, Paconiua Flam aaid Cn. Puljliciua Regulus. 






^M 



ooBiirrB. 



G7 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 


545 




iK-65 


FLM REG IIVIR 

Head of Helios, 1., ra- 
diate. 


S E Melikertes lying on back of 
COR dolphin, which swims 1. 








[PI. XVII. 5.] 


546 




M'6 


type r. | 

Nero, A.D. 54-68. 
Ti. Claudius Anaxilaus. 


547 




M'75 


NERO CAE SAR 

Head of Nero 1., laur. 


TI CLA/ 

ANAXI in laurel-wreath. 
LAO IIV 
COR 








[PI. XVII. 6J 


548 




M'75 






549 




M'75 


Similar. 


TI CLA/ ANA XI LAO IIVR 

COR 

Tetrastyle temple, within which 
statue standing facing. 








P. Ventidius Fronto. 


550 




MS 


NERO CAE SA[R] 

Head of Nero 1., laur. 


P VE FRO N [T]ONE IIVI 

COR 

Tetrastyle temple, within which 
statue standing facing. 








[PL XVII. 7.] 


1 






M*. Acilius Candidus. 


551 




JS-85 


AGRIPPINA AV- 
GVSTA Bust of 
Agrippina junior r. 

[PL XI 


M AC CAND Poseidon in higa 
IIVIR COR drawn by hippo- 
camps 1. 

irii. 8.] 





No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


ObTai'BS. 


RsTerBO. 










Similar. 


[MA]C CANDIDO 
IIVIR 

Quadriga r., driven by Helios !• 














552 




^■8 




in ex., COR 










[PI. XVII. 3.] 










AGRIPPINA AVGVifMACJCANDIDO II VIR 










Bust of Agrippiua jun. 


Genius of Colony standing 1., hold- 
ing pitera and comucopiae ; in field, 




553 




JE-8 




[GEN]COL,andines. [CJOR 










[PI. svii, 10.] 










[NERO CLAIVD |MAC CA[NDIDO] Poseidon 










CAES. AVG. Head 


II VIR COR in bigi 










of Nero 1., kur. 


draivn by Tritons 1. 




554 




.^■85 














[PI. XVII. n.] 










NERO CLAV CAESlMAC-CANDlDO Poseidon in 










AVG. Typer. 


IIVIR COR biga drawn 
by bippocamps 1. 




555 




a: -8 






^M 



OO^iNTH. 



69 



No. 



wt. 



558 



559 



560 



561 



562 



563 



MetaL 
Size. 



^•8 



^•8 



MS 



JE-8 



MS 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



JE-8 



Similar, 



MACCAN DIDO IIVIR 

Genius of Colony standing 1., hold- 
ing patera and comucopiae; in field, 
GEN COL; in ex., COR 



[PI. XTII. 14.] 



Q. Fulvius Flaccus. 



AGRIPPIN AV- 

GVSTA Bust of 
Agrippina jun. r. 



Similar. 



NEROCLAV CAES 

AVG Head of Nero 
r., laur. 



Q.FVL.FLACCO 
llVh COR 

by hippocamps L 



Poseidon in 
biga drawn 



QFVLFLAC CO IIVIR 

Genius of Colony standing 1., hold- 
ing patera and cornucupiae; in field, 
GEN COL ; in ex., COR 



Q FVL FLACCO 
llVh COR 

by hippocamps 1. 



Poseidon in 
biga drawn 



[PI. XVIII. 1.] 



Ti. Claudius Optatus. 



NERO CLA/D 
CAESAVG Head 
of !Nero r., bare. 



TICLAVDIO OPTATO IIVIR 

COR 

Bellerophon naked, with shield on 
1. arm, striding r., and seizing by 
bridle Pegasos 1.* 



[PL XTiii. 2.] 



hERO CLM 
PJG Typel. 



CAS 



TI CLA^DIO OPTATO IIVIR 

COR 

Same type. 



* Paus. ii. 2, 4 : Kpdyftoif irravOa B^Wepw^dyrou rk iari r4^€yos. 





No. 


m. 


M«U1. 
Size. 


Obvarse. 


Beversa. 












C. JuHua Polyaenns. 












NERO CL/VD 


C IVLrO POLYAENO IIVIR 












CAESAVG HcaJ 


COR 












of Nsro r., bare. 


Iklleroplioii naked, with shield on 
I. ami, striding r., and seizing by 
bridle Pegaaos 1. 






56J 




MS 
















[H. mil. 3.] 












Slmaar. 


Same inscr. Wreath of parsley, 
within which ISTH 
MIA 






565 




«'8 










66C 




^■8 


I^RO CLA( CS.S 














P. Mcnimioa Clraiid.r. 












NERO CAE AVG P.M[EM]CLEANDRO[IIVIR] 












IMP lloaJ of Seio QVI COR Gallej 1. ; abovo, 






. 






r., imJiaU-. ADN£ WG "AJvcDtiia" 




^M 



.OOBINTB. 



71 



No. 



Wt. 



571 



572 



573 



574 



575 



576 



Metal. 
Size. 



^•8 



JE-8 



^•8 



iE-8 



iE-8 



^•85 



Obverse, 



Reverse. 



L. Rutilius Piso. 



NERO CAESAR 
AVG IMP Head of 

Nero r., laur. 



L R PISONEIKM (^^>) 
QVI COR 

Galley 1. ; in field, ADNE 

AVG 



[PL XVIII. 6.] 
L. Caninius Agrippa. 



SENAT[VI] P.Q. R. 

Head of Nero r., laur. 



ROMAE ET IMPE- 

RIO Bust of Tycho 
r., turreted.* 



LCANAGRIPPAE IIVI 
COR 

Tetrastyle temple seen from comer. 



LCANAGRIPPAE 1 1 VI COR 

Same type. 



[PI. XVIII. 7.] 



Galha, a.d. 68. 



SVLGALBAE CAE 
A^G IMP Head of 
Galba bare r. 



LCANAGRIPPAE IIVIR 
COR 

Tetrastyle temple seen from corner. 



[PI xviii. 8.] 



SVL GAL^E 
[A^G IMP] 

typo. 



CAE 

Same 



LCAN PPAE IIVI 

COR 

Same type. 



* Pans. ii. 2, 8 : "Ea-rt Se Koi Tvxv^ vaoi' &ya\iJ.a 6p$hp JJapiov \iOov, 





»0. 


Wt. 


MotaL 


ObTOraa. 


RoTsru. 










Similar, 


LCA[N]AGRIPPAE llVr 
COR 

Two hands joined holding poppy- 






















Lead between two ears of com. 




577 




^■8 














[PI. xviit. 9.] 1 




578 




M-e. 


[SVLIGAL CAE /VG 

IM[P] Sametyye. 


LCANAGRIPP AE[M]VrR 










CO R 












Nike adTOnciiig I., holding wreatli 












and palm. 




579 




M-8 














[PI. sviii. 10.] 










Time of Dokitian. 










Without names of Duoiin. 










IMP CAES DOMIT COL IVL FLAV AVG 










IAN AVG GER CORINT 










Head of Doiiiitian r., (altered Ly tooling to COLFLAV 


^H 



CORIXTH. 



73 



No. 



583 



584 



585 



586 



•587 



588 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



MS 



IMP CAE DOMI 
TIAN AVG GERM 

Head of Domitian r., 
laur. 



COL IVL FL AVAVG 

CORIN[T] Poseidon naked!, 
standing 1., with one foot on rocfc, 
holding dolphin, and resting oji 
trident.* 



^•8 



^•85 



^•85 



MS 



MS 



IMP CAES DOM IT 

AVG GERM Head 
of Domitian r., radiate. 



IMP CAES DOMIT 
AVG [GERM] Head 
of Domitian r., radiate. 



IMP CAES DOMITI 

AVG GERM Head 
of Domitian r., radiate. 



[IMP CAES DOMI] 
TIANAVGGERM.. 

Head of Domitian 1., 
laur. 



[PI. XIX. 4.] 



COLIVLFLAV AVG 

[COR I NT] Isthmos naked, 
standing facing, head 1., holding a 
rudder in each hand.f 

[PL XIX. 5.] 



COL IVL FLAV AVG 
CORINT Chimaerator. 



COL IV L. FL AVG COR 

Pegasos flying r. 



[COL IVL FLA]VAVG 

CORIM Tetrastyle temple on 
rock seen from corner. 



[PI. XIX. 6.] 



Trajan. 



TRAIANO AVG 



GE[R 
COS 



DACPMTRP 
VI]PP Head 



of Trajan r., laur. 



COL IVL LAV COR Posei- 
don seated 1. on tlirone, holdinjx 
dolphin and trident. J 



[PI. XIX. 7.] 



* Imhoof and Gardner, Num, Comm. Paus., p. 1 fi. 



t Ibid.f p. 14. 



X Pans. ii. ;J, 2. 



T. 





No. Wl. 


Size. 


ObyerBB. 


Re verso. 










Hadrian. 










IMPTRADRI AIAVG 


COL [IV]L Two hands joiniid 










ROMA Bust of 


C[0]R holding poppy-head 










Tyche r., turreted. 


between two ears of eom. 




589 




JE-9 














[PI. xiz. 9.] 










IMP r£TRAr ANVM COL IV L COR Isthmos 










ADR.. Bust of Ha-, bearded, naked to waist, seated 1. 










driau r.j laur. 


oil rock, holding inverted rudder." 




590 




^■85 


HADRI ANVS 

AVG Head of Hadrian 
r,. laur. Couutprmark, 
AA 


[PI. xis. 10.] 

CORr[NT] COLLI Naked male 
figure, lathmosl seated! on rock, 
placing his r. hand on his head 
and resting 1. arm on rudder J • 




591 




^■8 




[PI. xrx. n.] 


^H 



CORIMTQ. 



75 



No. 



Wt 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



594 



JS-8 



595 



596 



597 



598 



M'8 



M'S5 



M'S5 



M'8 



IMP CAES 

Similar. 



IMP CAESTRAIAN 
HADRIANVS AVG 

Similar. 



IMP CAES HA- 

DRIANVS AVG 

Similar. 



IMP CAES TPA 
HADR AVG Head 
of Hadrian r., laur. 



COL. L. I Melikertes lyitig 

on back of dolphin r., under pine- 
tree.* 

[PI. XIX. 14.] 



The two harbours Lechaeum and 
Cenchreae as nymphs, standing 
facing, each with arm round the 
other's shoulders, and each holding 
rudder. They wear long chitons 
with diploidia : on either side, 

LECH CENCHt 



[PL XTX. 15.] 



COL I A (sic) Hexastyle temple 
placed on the top of a rock (Acro- 
corinthus).J 

[PI. XIX. 16.] 



COL • L- IVL- CO Tetrastyle 
temple, seen from corner, on the 
top of a rock (Acrocorinthus).J 



[PI. XIX. 8.] 



Sablna. 



SABINA AVGVSTA COL L IVL C[OR] Athena 



Bust of Sabina 1., wear- 
ing stephane. 



Chalinitis 1 clad in long chiton 
standing r., resting on spear and 
holding bridle 1 § 



[PI. XIX. 17.] 

* Paus. ii. 1, 8 : npoiovci 8^ tj nlrvs &XP' 7* ifiov 'ir€<pvK€t iraph. rhv 
ciyidK6vj Kol MeKiKeprov fiiafihs ^V is rovrov rhv r6icov iKKOfxiffOTJi^ai rhv 
ira(8a lirb 9€\<l>ivos \4yov(ri, 

f Pans. ii. 1, 5 : Ka$-fiK€i 8^ 6 rSov KopiyBiwv itrSfihs ry fihu 4s r^v M 
K§y)^4aiSf rp 8^ is r^v iirl A^xa/y BdKaffaay, 

X Pans. iL 5, 1. 

§ Cf. Paus. ii. 4, 1. 





So. 


w.. 


Melal. 
Siie. 


0!jVDi-se. Herui'so. 










Antoninus Pius. 










ANTONINVS AVG 


C L l_ COR Artemis huntress 










PIVS IleadofAnto- 


ninning r., holding toroh and 










iiimis T., laur. 


bow ; beside her, Loimd run- 
ning r .• 




509 




.a; 105 














[PI. II. I.] 










Similar. 


C. L. 1 ^ COR Young Dionjsos 
clad in short chiton atanding 1., 
holding gmpGs, and resting on 
thj-Kos ; at his feet, pantlier.f 




600 




^■95 


SimUai. 


[PI. XX. 2.] 

C.L.I. COR Young Dionysos 
eeated towards r. on throne, hold- 
ing thyraoa erect befoce him.t 




601 




M75 


Similar. 


[PI. sx. i.] 

C L 1 COR Hermea naked stand- 
ing r., holding caducous, and 


^M 



COBIKTH. 



77 



No. 



Wt. 



Motal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



605 



606 



607 



608 



609 



610 



JE'9 



^1-1 



IMPCAESMAVREL 
ANTONINV[S]... 
Head of M. Aurelius r., 
laur. 



. MAVRANTO 
NINVSAVG Head 
of M, Aurelius r., laur. 



M'9 



iEl05 



JEl'05 



JEl-O 



....ANT ONINVS 
AVG1 Head of M. 
Aurelius r., laur. 



. . . COR Chimaera r. 



MAVRANTONI 

NVS AVG Head of 
M. Aurelius r., laur. 



CLI COR Zeus wearing hima- 
tion, seated 1. on throne, holding 
Nike, and resting on sceptre.* 

[PI. XX. 8.] 



CLI C OR Aphrodite, clad in 
long chiton and peplos, standing 
r., resting on sceptre, and holding 
apple, f 



[PI. XX. 9.] 



CLI COR Hermes naked but 
for chlamys, and wearing petasos, 
seated L on rock, holding cadu- 
ceus, and extending his r. over a 
Tam.t 



[PI. XX. 6.] 



Similar, 



IMP MANTO Nl- 

NVS AVG Bust 
of M. Aurelius r., laur. 



CLI COR (in ex.) Bearded male 
figure in quadriga r., holding un- 
certain object ; horses standing. 

[PL XX. 10.] 



CLI COR Melikertes riding on 
dolphin r.§ 



[PI. XX. 11.] 



* Perhaps the Capitolian Zeus. Imhoof and Gardner, op. oi7., p. 165 eq. 

f Cf, Pans. ii. 2, 8 : HyaXfia *A(ppoilr7i5f *Epfioy4yovs Kvdriplov xoi'fi' 
cayros. But see Imhoof and Qardner, op, cU,, p. 19. 

X PauB. ii. 3, 4 : AlBis 8* iovaiv iirl Aexaiov t^v ^vBuav x^^'covs ica0i^- 
Iiw6$ iariy ^Epfirjs, TapeirrrjKe 94 ol Kpi6s, 

§ Cf. PauB. ii. 1, 3 J 1,7; 3,4. 



MAVPAN TONI 
NVS AVG Bust of 
M. Aurelius i., laur. 



CLI Melikertes lying on dolplii 
COR r. ; beneath, a pine-tree.* 



CLr COR Garlanded altar of 
Melikertes under a pine-tree ; 
upon it lies a dolphin, on the hack 
of which rests Melikertes : before 
the altar lathiuoa stands naked 1., 
holding rudder and touching with 
r. a branch of the tree,' 



[PL XX 12.] 



C L I COR {in ex.) Pine tree, to 
r. of which dolphin 1., with Meli- 
kertes lying OD its back ; to 1, o! 
the tree is a naked athlete advanc- 
ing 1., holding race-torch ami 
palm." 



[Pi. xs. 13.] 




OOBINTH. 



79 



No. 



wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



616 



^M 



617 



iE-85 



618 



^105 



619 



iEl-05 



IM AVRAN 
NVS AVG 



TON I 

Similar. 



IMPCAES MAVR 
ANTON IN VS 
AVG (almost effaced.) 
Head of M. Aurelius r., 
laur. 



C L I COR Tetrastyle temple of 
Aphrodite on summit of Acro- 
corinthus ; at the foot of the rock 
is what seems to be the pediment 
of a temple, in front of which are 
two trees : to 1. and r. of the rock, 
a small arched niche, and beyond, 
on the 1. side, a tree.* 

[PI. XX. 15.] 



C . I . L COR Upper part of 
date-palm seen above an jiltar or 
enclosure apparently octagonal, 
with a door or opening in the 
centre. 



[PI. XX. 16.] 



L. Verus. 



IMPCAESLAVREL 
VERVSAVG Head 
of L. Verus r., laur. 



C L I COR Bellerophon riding 
r. on Pegasos, and striking down- 
wards with spear at Chimaera r. 
beneath him.f 



[PI. XX. 18.] 



IMPLAVR VERVS 

AVG Bust of L. 
Verus r. ; head bare. 



C L I COR Artemis huntress, 
wearing short chiton, running 1., 
holding torch and bow ; in front, 
stag; behind, hound. J 

[PI. XX. 19.] 



* Pans. ii. 5, 1. 
t Of. Pans. ii. 3, 5. 

X Pans. ii. 3, 5 : /ner* owt^i' (Poseidon) '^Aprtfiis Oijptvouaa fffrrjKe. 
Imhoof and Gardner, op. cit. p. 18. 



Of. 



GORINTHIA. 



C L I COR Asklepioa facing, 
head 1. and Hygieia r. ; tlie former 
holding serpent- staff, the ]atl«r 
feeding serpent from p.-itera.* 

[PI. XX. 20.] 



C L I Helios in quadriga of j 
COR loping horsBslt, 



IMP CAES L AVREL C L I Melikeites lyingon back of 
VERVS AVG llend COR dolphin r.J 
of L. VeruB r., laur. 



IMP LAVR VERVS C L I C O R Miilikertes lyingon 
AVG IliLst of L.. back of dolphin r, lianeath p' 
Verua r., laur. tree.§ 




OORINTH. 



81 



Wt. 



MetaL 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



iElO 



iEl-0 



^1-05 



M'8 



^•75 



^10 



. . . . AVPEL (sic) 
VERVS AVG Bust 
r. laur, of L. Verus. 



IMP LAVR VERVS 
AVG Bust of L. 
Verus r., laur. 



Similar. 



IMP L AVR VERVS 

AVG Head of L. 
Verus r., laur. 



ISTH 
MIA 



withiu wreath of pine. 



Similar. 



C L I COR Tetrastyle temple of 
Aphrodite on the summit of the 
Acrocorinthus ; within temple, 
statue of the goddess 1., holding 
shield.* 

[PI. XX. 23.] 



C I L COR Upper part of date- 
palm seen above an altar or 
enclosure apparently octagonal, 
with a door or opening in the 
centre. 



[PL XX. 17.] 



Commodus. 



Tnscr. effaced. Head of 
Commodus r., laur. 



IMP.COMMODVS 

Bust of 

Commodus r., laur. 



Tnscr. effaced. 



Pef'asos flvin<;( r. 



C L I COR Poseidon naked, 
standing 1., holding dolphin, and 
resting on trident ; at his feet, 
dolphin .-j- 

[PI. XXI. 2.] 



* Pans. ii. 5, 1 : *Av€\6ovfft hh 4i rhv ^ kKpoKipivQov va6i iariv * htppolirtis, 
kydXfiara h\ ahr'fi re &ir\i<rfi4pri icaJ^HXios KofEpus ^x^" 'r^^ov. 
f Paus. ii. 2, 3 : Statue on mole in harbour of Cenchreae. 





No. m. 


Metd. 


Obverse. 


„.„ 










MA MODVS 


C L I COR Poseidon, clad in 










ANTONINVS AV 


liimation, seated I., holding dol- 










liuat oi Commoilus r.. 


phin, and resting on trident,* 










laur. 






631 




^1-0 


IMPMAVRCOM 


C L 1 COR Sinidar type. 










OANTON AVG 1 










Head of Commoiius r., 










lauT. 




632 




M-C5 


[PI. IXI. IJ 










IMP COMMODVS 


COR . . . Poseidon seated 1., 










ANTON . . . Eu.t 


Lolding dolphin, and restiog on 










of Commodus r., laur. 


trident ; before him stands Pailas 
with hdmet, spear, and shield, 
holding patera : above, between 
the figures, a bucraniuin.* 




633 




M-95 


... COMMODO 


[PI. «i. 3.] 
C L 1 COR MolikGrtej lying on 


^H 



OOBINTH. 



83 



No. 


wt. 


MetaL 
Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 








. . . COM MOD CAES 

Youth- 
ful bust of Commodus 
bare-headed, r. 


C L[l] COR Statue of the Aph- 
rodite of the Acrocorinthus stand- 
ing 1., holding before her the 
shield of Ares as a mirror.* 


637 




^•75 


COMMODVS AN- 
TON IN VS AV 

Head of Commodus r., 
laur. 


[PI. XXI. 4.] 

C L 1 COR Asklepios, clad in 
himation, standing facing, head L, 
holding serpent-staff, f 


638 




^1-0 


IMP M AVR COM 
OANTO AVG 

Head of Commodus r., 
radiate. 


[PI. XXI. 5.] 

C L 1 COR Nike facing, hold- 
ing wreath and palm; in field L, 
prow; r., rudder. 


639 




iE-65 


IMP M AVR CO 
MOANTO Head of 
Commodus r., laur. 


C L 1 COR Nike r., holding 
wreath and palm. 


640 




iE-7 


IMP M AVR O 
ANTOAVG Head 
of Commodus r., radiate. 


C L 1 COR Nike 1., holding 
wreath and palm. 


641 




^•7 












Sept. Severus. 


642 




iEl-0 


L. SEPT SEV PE 
RTAVG IMP III 

Bust of Sept. Severus 
r., laur. 


C L 1 COR Poseidon seated 1. 
on throne, holding dolpliin and 
trident.! 

[PI. XXI. 7.] 








• PauB. ii. 5, 1. t 


Paus. ii. 4, 6. t Paus. ii. 2^ 3. 



LSERTSEVRE 
PTAVGIMPIII{m) 

UuBt v., liiur. 



C L I [C]OR Artemis huntress 
ruiiiiiiig 1'., between Bb^ 1. and 
ho mil] T.* 



[n. SSI. 6.] 



LSEPT SEV 
PERTAVG IMP 

Uuat r., ]aur. 



L SEPT SEV PE 
RTAVGIMPIII 

Bust i:, laur. 



LSEPT SEV PERT 

AVG IMP vm 

Siinilav. Dust r., luur. 



COR C L I Artemis huntress 
running 1., between doe 1. ami 



[PI. ixi. 8,] 



[C L I] COR Bollerophon oi 
Pegasos r., striking downward! 
with spear at Chimacra beneath 
him.f 



[PI. XX!. 9.] 



C L I COR Isthmos naked, 
seated 1. on roolf, looking r., placiuy 
his r. hand on his head and rostin; 




OORINTH. 



85 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



648 



649 



650 



651 



652 



iE-95 



Ml'O 



L SEPT SEV PER 
[TAVG IMP. . .] 

Head of Sept. Severus 
r., laur. 



M'1 



Ml'O 



iE-9 



L SEPT SEV PE 
RTAVG IMP III 

Bust of Sept. Severus r., 
laur. 



L SEPT SE[V P]ER 
AVG IMP VIII 

Bust of Sept. Severus 
r., laur. 



L SEPT- . SEV PER 

AVG Similar. 



C L I C O R Melikei-tes lying 
on dolphin r., beneath pine-tree.* 



C L I C O R Similar type. 



[PI. XXI. 12.] 



C L[ I ] COR Upper part of date- 
palm seen above an enclosure with 
an opening or door in the centre. 



L SERT SEV RE 
PTAVG IMP(6^V) 
Bust r., laur. 



COR CLI Tetrastyle temple of 
Aphrodite on the summit of the 
Acrocorinthus. Within temple, 
statue of the goddess 1., holding 
shield, f 

[PI. xxr. 13.] 



R O C (sic) Statue of Aphro- 
I L C dite, holding up 

shield of Ares as a mirror, stand- 
ing 1. on Acrocorinthus. At the 
foot of the rock is an archway 
from which water flows (fountain 
Peirene), and on either side a 
recumbent male figure, the one on 
the left holding a rudder, the one 
on the right an anchor (the two 
ports of Corinth). J 



* Paus. ii. 1, 3, 4. 

J Cf . Paus. ii* I', 5 and 6. 



[PI. XXI. 14.] 



t Paus. ii, 5, 1. 



OOBIHTHIA. 





No. 


Wt. 


MotaL 
Size. 


Obvurae. 


Rovoraa. 




C53 

654 




^■95 
^1-0 


LSERTSEV RE PT 
AVG IMP 111 ("ir) 
Bust ui Sept. Stvcrus 
r,, laur. 

LSERTSEV PERT 
AVG IMP VIM 

Bust r., laur. 

AVG IMP 

III Bust I., laur. 


S O [ 3] BellerophoQ watering 

C L 1 Pegaaoa r. at fountain 

Peirene issuing from foot of 

Acrouotinthus, on sum m it of 

which is the temple of Aphrodite. • 

[PI. XKI. 15.] 

C L 1 COR Fountain-nymph 
Peirene seaU-d 1., pouring water 
from vase ; before her, Pegaaos r,, 
drinking; in backgronnd, Aero- 
corinthus aurmounted ty temple 
of Aphrodite, t 

[PL XX,. 16.] 

C L 1 FountaiTi-njmph Peirene 
C OR seated 1. on rock, hold- 
ing vase upon har knee ; before 
her, another rock surmounted by 
a statue of a fountain in the form 
of Skylla r. ; bctwnen the two 
fountains stanila a kratei.f 


i 


- 


■ 



CORINTH. 



87 



No. 



Wt. 



MetaL 

Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



658 



659 



660 



661 



662 



iEl-0 



M'% 



B.\0 



iE-95 



iElO 



IVL lA [DOMNA 
AVG]VSTA Bust 
of Julia Domna 1., with 
comucopiae at her j 
shoulder. 



C L I C OR Tyche? seated 1. 
on throue, holding patera and 
comucopiae. 



Caracalla. 



M AVRELIVS 
CAESARANTON 

Bust of Caracalla r., 
laur. 



M AVRELIVS 

CAESAR Similar ; 
head bare. 



[CLI] COR (in ex.) Bellerophon 
r., taming prancing Pegasos.* 



[PI. XXII. 3.] 



C L I C O R Artemis seated r. 
on rock, holding bow ; before her, 
Bellerophon 1., on prancing Pe- 
gasos, striking downwards with 
spear at Chimaera r. beneath him. 



[PI. XXII. 2.] 



IMJPCMAVRA 
NTONIN AVG 

Bust of Caracalla r., 
laur. 



CLI C OR Aphrodite clad in 
long chiton and peplos, standing 
r., resting on sceptre and holding 
applet 

[PI. XXII. 4.] 



M AVRELIV OAESA CL I COR Herakles naked, 
ANTONINVS (sic) I standing r., with lion's skin hang- 
Bust of Caracalla r., ing over 1. shoulder; he rests on 



head bare. 



club, in attitude of statue by 
Glykon. J 

[PI. XXII. 5.] 



♦ Of. Pans. ii. 2, 4. f Cf. Paus. ii. 2, 8. 

X Paus. ii. 8, 2 : 'Ev Sc^if iffrXv 'HpcucXris x^*^^^^» 



M AVRELIVC C L I COR Helios ii 

MCSAR ANTONI-' of galloiiing horses r.* 
NVS (*;■<.-) liust of; 
Ciiracalla r., head bare. 

I [PI. xjjd. C.} 



PLAVTILLAE AV- C L C COR SUitue of Aphrodite 
GVSTAE ]!iist of. 1., holding np Bhiel.l of Ares a 



; at her feet two Erot-ea, 
oue holding wreath aud the other 
a cup ! t 



[PI. XXII. 7.] 




CORINTH. 



89 



No. 


wt. 


Metal. 

Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 








Similar. 


[C]L[I] C OR Aphrodite stand- 
ing r., holding apple, and resting 
on sceptre.* 


669 




iE-95 




[PL xx[i. 9.] 


670 




M'S5 


Similar. 


C LI Poseidon holding dolphin, 
C OR standing in quadriga 1. 
of walking horses, t 






■ 


Similar. Inscr. altered by 
tooling to CRISPINA 
AVGVSTAE(^c) 


C L 1 Asklepios and Hygieia, with 
COR usual attributes, stand- 
ing face to face. J 


671 




iE-9 


« 


[PL XXII. 10.] 


672 




iE-95 


qLAVTILLA 
AVGVSTA Bustol 
Plautilla r. 


C L 1 COR Ty che standing L , 
holding rudder and cornucopiae.§ 


673 




1 

^•9 


PLAVTILLAE AV- 
GVSTA[E] Similar 
bust. Circular counter- 
mark containing head 
of Emperor? 

Similar. 


CL 1 COR Tyche standing L 
before lighted altar, holding patera 
and coruucopiae.§ 

CL 1 COR Tychc seated L, 
holding patera and cornucopiae. 


674 




^•9 




[PL XXII. 11.] 


675 




^•7 


Similar. 


CLI COR Nike advancing r., 
holding wreath and palm. 








♦ Cf. Paus. ii. 2, 8. f Cf, Paus. ii. 1, 7. 








% Pans. ii. 4, 5. 


§ Pans. ii. 2, ^. 



N 



OORIXTHIA. 





No. 


wt 


MbUI. 


OliYorao. Reverse. 




676 

S77 










Geta. 

[SEPITIMIVS CL [1] Circular temple of Meli- 

GETA3 CAE3 . . . [COR] kertes with dome-shaped 

BiiBt of Geta r.. head roof, flanked hy two d.Jphiiis. 

bare. The temple starnis on a basement 

in the midst of which is an arched 

doorway. la front, a bull !. 

the bull a pine-tree.* 

{I'l. sxii. 12.] 

lUPBtUAL TlUES. 

Williout TMtnes of Emjierors. 

(tt) Early Colonial. 

C OL [IVL?] Head, COR Zeus naked, striding r., 
of Poseidon r., Imund burling thunderbolt, and holding 
withtaeiiia; border of 1 eagle! on extendedleft hand.t 
dots. 

[n. xxui. I.] 








■ 



OORINTH. 



91 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



681 



682 



683 



684 



685 



686 



687 



688 



M'65 



iE-65 



iE-65 



.E-45 



M'45 



iE-45 



COR Pegasos flying r. 



COR Melikertes riding on dolphin 
r., with thyrsos over his shoulder : 
border of dots.* 



[PI. XXIII. 4.] 



COR Pegasos flying r. : 
border of dots. 



S E Isthmos naked, standing 
facing, head r., holding a rudder 
in each hand : border of dots.f 



[PI. XXIII. 5.] 



COR Melikertes riding 
on dolphin r., with thyr- 
sos over his shoulder : 
border of dots.* 



S E Similar type ; head 1. 



[PI. XXIII. 6.] 



Trident : border of dots. 



COR Rudder. 



[PI. XXIII. 7.] 



Trident. 



COR I NT Pegasos flying 1. 



M'55 



M'65 



[PL xxiii. 8.] 



COR IN Dolphin r. : 
border of dots. 



Trident : border of dots. 



[PI. XXIII. 9.] 

* Pans. ii. 3, 4. 

f Imhool and Gardner, op ci^«, p. 14, 





No. 


Wi. 


Metal. 


ObTeree. 


Heverae. 










CRE ATOR (J. 

Caesar, founder.) Onc- 


RIHj i" pine-wroath. 










haiidtod vase 1. : bor- 












der of dots. 






680 




M-5 














[PI. xsni. 10.] 




690 




M-5 


1 

(p) Time of Hadrian. 
H^ad of Aphrodite r.jC OLLIV L COR Capital of 










wearing earring and 


Doric column surmounted by, a 










necklace; her hair 


lioness r., standing over a prostrate 










gathered back and tied 


ram (t«mb of Lais): border of 










behind, leaving looBe 


dots.* 










ends : border of dots. 






691 




^M5 














[I'l. xx>i,. 11.] 










ftiniilar. | COL L IVL C[OR] Similar 










tyiK-l. 




692 


; a: -85 




^M 



CORINTH. 



93 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



695 



iE-9 



696 



iE-85 



697 



M'9 



Similar. 



Head of Aphrodite r., 
wearing earring and 
necklace ; haii bound 
with crossed cord and 
gathered back, and tied 
behind, leaving loose 
ends : border of dots. 



CO L L rvL 

COR 



Similar. 



COL-L-I VLCOR Statue of 
Aphrodite 1., holding up shield of 
Ares as a mirror ; behind her, Eros 
1., holding wreath : border of 
dots.* 



[PI. XXIII. 16.] 



Similar. 



COL. L. IVL 
COR- 



Pegasos flying 
border of dots. 



[PI. XXIII. 16.] 



Pans. ii. 5, 1. 



COLONIES OF CORINTH, ETC. 









Metal. 


1 






No. 


Wt. 


Size. 


Obveree. Ro»eraa. 












BRUTTII. 












LOCET EPIZEPIIYRn. 












Circ. B.C. 350-268. 












AOK Pegasoa with 


Head of Palks r., wearing, over 












pointed witig flying i; 


leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
withont crest. 






1 


130-8 


vR-85 










3 


129-7 


.^■75 
















[PI. sxrv. 1.] 




^M 



LOCBI BPIZBPHTRII. 



95 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obvei-se. 



Reverse. 



133-2 



133-7 



M'd 



M'S5 



10 



11 



12 



13 



133- 



134- 



135' 



134- 



133-7 



^•85 



^•9 



ifl-95 



iR-85 



iR-85 



Pegasos bridled, with 
pointed wing flying 1. 



(same die.) 



AOKPflN Head of Palla* 1., 
wearing, over leather cap, Corin- 
thian helmet without crest. 

(same die.) 



[PI. XXIV. 3.] 



Similar. 

beneath^ thunderbolt. 



>» 



>> 



Similar. 



14 



129-2 



^•9 



15 



[PI. XXIV. '4.] 



(same die as no. 9.) 



( 



91 >> 



) 



beneath, caduceus 1. 



(same die as no. 11.) 



( 
[PI. XXIV. 5.] 



»> 



) 



Similar : Pegasos un- 
bridled. 



AOKPflN Similar : later style. 



beneath, thunderbolt. 

[PI. XXIV. 6.] 



BEONZE. 



iE-65 



Head of Apollo 1., laur. : 
border of dots. 



A Pegasos with pointed wing 
flying 1. 



[PL XXIV. 7.] 



00MK1B8, BTO. 





No. 


Wt. 


Mstal. 
Size. 


Obreree. 


Roverae. 




16 

17 

18 
19 
20 




^■95 
JE-95 

JE-9 
M-85 


Head of Pallas r., wear- AOKPflN Pegasoa with pointed 
ing Corintliian hfilnict wiDgs flying r. : border of dots, 
without (irest: boi-dei' 
of dots. 

hebind, wreatli and fl ; 
in front, Tr . 

[PI. XIIT. 8.] 

behind, wreath and T; type 1. ; beneath, ♦. 
in front, {t) 

type 1. „ (one wing only seen.) 

„ behind, thuudor- „ beneath, ^ 1 
bolt. 

„ „ above, star ; beneath, % 


^M 



ME8MA — RHEOIUM. 



97 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



133-2 



MESMA. 

Stater. 

Cire. B.C. 350-300. 



Pegasos, ^ith pointed 
wing, flying L 



M -85 beneath, ^E 



Head of Pallas 1., wearing, over 
leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest. 



1323 



iR-8 



1301 



iR-9 



beneath, A/V 

[PI. XXIV. 11.] 



no letters. 



I 



>» 



>> 



RHEGIUM. 



Stater. 
Clrc, B.a 350-300. 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. 



beneath, pj 



Head of Pallas 1., wearing, over 
leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest. 

to r., lyre. 



[PL XXIV. 12.] 



COLONIES OP COBIKTU, ETO. 





So. 


wt 


sf^"- 1 Ohvoiw). Revereo. 










SICILY. 










LEONTIXT. 










Stater. 










Circ E.C 350-300. 










Pegasos, with pointed AEONTINON Head of Tallas 










wing, flying 1. 


r., wearing, over leather cap, 
Corinthian helmot without crest. 




1 


128-7 


^■85 




behind, grain of com. 










[H. XXV. I.] 




SYRACUSE. 










Staters. 










FlEST ISSCB. 










Circ. D.C. 344-317. 










Pegiisos, iritli pointed 


SYPAKOSION Head of Pallas 










winy, flying 1, 


r., wearing, over leather cap, 
Corinthian helmet without crest. 




I 


130-3 


^■8 














[P]. XXV. 2.] 1 






■ 



SYBACUSB. 



99 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse, 



S 



10 



131-2 



134' 



132-2 



^•85 



^•85 



iR-85 



Head of Pallas r., wear- 
ing, over leather cap, 
crested Corinthian hel- 
metj adorned at back 
with a running griffin. 



11 



132-1 



M'9 



12 



13 



129-5 



132-7 



^•9 



iR-85 



U 



15 



16 



105-4 



99- 
1032 



M'7 



iR-75 



iR-8 



17 



104-5 



iR-8 



SYP AK OSin N Pegasos, 
with pointed wing, flying 1. 



beneath, triskelis of human legs. 



)) 



91 



9> 



in field 1., trophy. 



9} 



9> 



[PI. XXV. 5.] 

SYPAKO Sin [N] Typer.; 
beneath, triskelis of human legs. 

[PI. XXV. 6.] 

SY PAKOSI n \A Type 1.; 
beneath, ear of corn ; above, tris- 
kelis of human legs, 

[PI. XXV. 7.] 

S]YPAK05IU[N Similar. 



V 91 

neck, A 



behind 



5YP A KoSin N 

Type 1.; above, triskelis of human 



legs. 



Third Issue. 

Circ. B.C. 306-289, 

Weight reduced to 8 Litrae. 



Head of Pallas 1., wear- 
ing, over leather cap, 
Corinthian helmet with- 
out crest. 



Pegasos flying 1, with pointed wings, 
both seen. 



type r. 



beneath, triskelis of human legs. 
[PI. XXV. 8.] 

Pegasos bridled ; „ „ 

Pegasos unbridled ; one wing only 
seen ; beneath, triskelis of human 
legs. 

[PI. XXV. 9.] 



„ without leather cap ; 
behind, owl. 



Pegasos unbridled ; both wings seen : 
above, star. 



[PL XXV. 10.] 



ILLYBIA. 

APOLLOSIA- 

8tAt«r. 
cat ix- 350. 

panted ATOA H»l of Fallas r., vearin;^ 
K. I oier leaUKr cap, Caiinthian hel- 

[n.zxn.1.] 




BPIDAHKUB — DTRBHACBIiat. .-' ' • 



101 



• • - 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Ke^exbQ, 



5 
6 

7 
8 



10 



11 



12 



13 



14 



15 



126-7 

132- 

132-5 



121-7 

(Worn.) 

132-2 
129-3 
129-8 



130-5 



J w 



. • • 



A 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying r. 



M -85 beneath, A 



133- 



130-7 



132-7 



131-2 



iR-85 
iR-85 

iR-85 
iR-8 
iR-8 
M'S 



M'S6 



M'S 



iR-8 



iR-85 



9} 



>} 



»> 



n 



}> 



}} 



}9 



93 



i} 



» 



\ above, P 



No inscr. Head of Pallas r., wear- 
ing, over leather cap, Corinthian 
helmet without crest. 

to 1., club and S ; to r., dolphin. 



)) 



)} 



» } » 



i> 



A YP, to 1., club ; „ „ 
[PI. XXVI. 5.] 



>» 



19 



[A] Y P „ 



)} 



t) 



to 1., club and A 



>5 



») 



)l 



i: » 



}y 9 » 



[PI. XXVI. 6.] 



M 



>l 



9) 



I) 



JJ »> 



» 9 >} 



9> 



E 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying r. 



beneath, A 



Head of Pallas r., wearing, over 
leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest. 



to 1., club and 3 ; to r., dolphin, 
[PI. XXVI. 7.] 



}} 



if 



}) 



ji 



» 



^> 



>> »> » y >J 

{Grafito A) 



j> 



„ „ „ ; „ [dolphin]. 

(Countermark, griffin's head.) 



» 



>i [3]; »> dolphin. 
(Countermark, griffin's head.) 



-fXAOtllV OF OOIUNTB, Eia 





So. 


m. 


MoUiI. 


Obrarea. Reverse. 




:':' 








A 












PegasoB, with poiuted 


Head of Pallas L, wearing, over 












wiug, flying r. 


kather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest. 






16 


ISO'S 


^■85 




to r., A in wreath. 












[PI. xsvi. 8.] 












DrachmB, etc. 












Circ. B.C. 250-229. 












Head of young Ilemkles AYPPAXINUN P.'gasos, mth 












1., in lion's skin. pointed wiiiga, flying r. 






17 


31-2 


M-5 


above, 1^ 
[PI. XXVI. 9.] 




WM 



ILLTRIAN. 



103 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



27 

28 



29 



30 



31 



32 



33 



37-3 

40-7 



35-8 



35-7 



33' 



34' 



29' 



M'6 



M-e 



M'65 



JR'56 



M'6 



M'55 



M'b6 



Head of young Herakles Pegasos, with pointed wings, flying r. 
r., in lion's skin. 

q Y A 



34 



35 



36 



37 



38 



39 



21 



20-1 



18-1 



24-8 



20-1 



26- 



^•55 



M'5 



M*55 



M'55 



M'(y 



M'5 



M 



» 



>» 



»> 



(one wing only 
visible.) 



A [Y] P type 1. (one wing only 

visible). 

A Y type r. (one wing only visi- 

P l>le); above, M; beneath, 

Bee. 



Probably Illyrian. 

Cf. similar coins of Dyrrhachium. 

Circ, B.C. 250-229. 



Head of young Herakles 
r., in lion's skin. 

type 1. (border of dots.) 



Pegasos, with pointed wing, flying r. 



above, A ; beneath, locust r. 



to 1., thunderbolt ; beneath, H 



5> 



ft 



»> »» 



bow in case. 



type 1., beneath, fj 



„ and 



type r.; to 1., obelisk as on coins of 
Apollonia and Ambracia; beneath, 



COLOHItSS OF CORIKTD, SIC. 



^■75 



EPIRUS. 

AMliEACIA. 

Staters. 

Circ. B.C. 480-432. 



L'gasos bridled, wit 
curled ^ving, flying r. 



Head of PaJiaa r., liair in queue and 
indicated by dots, wearing earring, 
necklace, and Corinthian helmet 
without crost ; all iujncuse square. 

to I., ivy-hmnch. 
fPl. ssni. 1.] 

I -, 

OiVc. B.C. 432-3421 
AMPPAKinTAN ob AMBPAKIHTAN, &c. 

Pegasoa, with pointed | Head oE Pallas r., wearing, 
wing, flying r. leather cap, Corinthian helmet 

without crest. 




AMBRACIA. 



105 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 








Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying r. 


Head of Pallas L, wearing, over leather 
cap, Corinthian helmet without crest . 


7 


128-3 


M'S5 


beneath, A 


[AMBPAK]IOTAN to r., tri- 
pod. 








[PL XXVII. 6.] 


8 


129-8 


ifl-95 


„ A 


AMPPAKinTAN to r., lyre. 
[PL XXVII. 7.] 


9 


125-5 


MS 


„ AM 


AMP PA to r., spear-head. 
[PL XXVII. 8.] 


10 


120*5 


M'95 


» A 


AMPPAKinTAN to r., sepia 1 


11 


127-5 


MSb 


,. A 


i» II 








(Same dies as last.) 


12 


128- 


ifl-9 


,, A 


'' [PL XXVII. 9.] 








(Same dies as last.) 








A 








Pogaflos, with pointed 
wing, flying r. 


Head of Pallas r., wearing, over leather 
cap, Corinthian helmet without crest. 


13 


132-5 


iR-9 


beneath, A 


to 1., bird flying 1. 

[PL XXVII. 10.] 


14 


131-7 


MS 


,. A 


type L; to r., owl 1. 

[PL XXVII. 11.] 


15 


130-2 


iR-9 


., A 


type 1'.; to 1., owl r. 

[PL XXVII. 12.] 


16 


130-7 


41-85 


,, A 


type L; to 1., NIKOS ; to r., dove r. 
[PL XXVII. 13.] 



COLONIB8 or COBIXTH, ETC. 





So- Wt. 


MeUL 
Size. 


Obverse. ReTene. 










Pegaaos, with pointed 


He*d of Pallas L, wearing, over 










wing, flying L 


leatlicr cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest. 




17 


131-3 


A-86 


wing cutleJ; to r., A; 
beueatli, rosebud. 


on top of helmet, bull butting 1. ; 
to 1., A : all in incase square. 










[PL xivii. U.] 










(This coin is the e»liest of the series beginning circ. b.c. 433.) 




18 


131- 


MS5 


type r. ; beneath, A | to r., fore-part of butting bull 1. 
[PI. ixvii. 15.] 




19 


129-8 


M-d 


Pegasoa, with curled wing, 1 to r., head of androcephaloiis bull 
walking i.; beneath, A ] facing. 

[PI. XSTIII. 1.] 




20 


:33-2 


M-9 


Pegaaos, with pointed to r., „ „ 
wing, flyingr.; beneath, 1 (Same die as last.) 
A 1 


1 


1 


■ 



AMBRACIA. 



107 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 

Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



26 



129< 



^•95 



27 



130- 



JR'S 



28 



128-2 



^•8 



29 130-5 



^•8 



30 



127" 



^•95 



31 



132< 



ill'95 



32 



129-8 



iR-85 



33 



130-5 



ifl*85 



34 



130-4 



ifl-95 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. 

no letter. 



)> 



)} 



Head of Pallas r., wearing, over leather 
cap, Corinthian helmet without crest. 

A on helmet; to r., flying Eros, 
binding olive- wreath round helmet 
of Pallas. 

[PI. XXVIII. 7.] 

to 1., A; to r., Satyr, dancing 1. 
[PI. XXVIIL 8.] 



>i 



A on helmet; to r., APA0OOS ; 

to 1., youthful river-god Arachthus, 
naked, homed, seated r. on bull's 
head facing, clasping hands round 
1. knee. 

[PI. XXVIII. 9.] 

(same die as last). 



type r.; beneath, A 



type 1.; 



>j 



i> y 



}} 



type r.; 



)) 



beneath, A ; to 1., Eros riding on 
dolphin r., clasping hands round 
1. knee. 

[PL XXVIII. 10.] 

to I., Eros standing facing, head 
r., holding fillet in both hands. 
[PI. XXVIII. 11.] 



(same die as last). 



to L, Zeus striding r., hurling tliun- 
derbolt. 

[PI. XXVIII. 1 2. ] 



Pegasos, with curled wing, type 1.; to 1., A; to r., infant Hera- 
walking r. ; beneath, A \ kles strangling serpents. 

[PL xxviii. 13 ] 



COLONIES OP COHINTH, ETC. 





N'o. 


wt. 


.Vlotnl, 


OllTCFBe. 


a.„„.. 










Pegasoa, with curled wing, 


He.ulofPaUa8l.,ivearing, over leather 










walkiiij! r. 


cap, Corinthian helmet without crest. 




35 


126- 


jK-S5 


buncatli, A 

(SiLmo dio ns last.) 


above [A]; to 1., swan I.; to r., 
naked nialo figure wearing pilcus, 
seated slightly towards 1. on rocks, 
his r. hand raised, L resting on 
rock. 










[PI. xxvm. H.] 




36 


129 3 


/R-8 


„ „ (above, A; to !., swan ].; to r., seated 
1 tigiira as on last. 
{Same dies aa last.) 




37 


120-3 


MS 


Pegasos, with pointed no lealiier cap under helmet; to 
wing, flyiug 1.; beneath, r., kaatharos ; traces of incuse 
A Br[uaro. 

[PI. sxTiii. 15.] 




38 


131-2 


.-R-8 


tjpc r. ; beneath, A | to r., kjlix, above which, grapes. 
[PI. xsviii. 16.] 




39 


13r5 


^■85 


„ ; „ A [typer.; to 1., prow r.; to r.. A: 


^M 



AMBBACIA. 



109 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



45 



129-5 



MS 



46 



128-8 



M'S5 



47 



122- 



MO 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. 



beneath, A 



type r.; no letter. 



48 



130-6 



49 



127-8 



50 



132 2 



51 



129-8 



52 



129' 



53 129' 



54 



130-7 



55 



129-2 



ifllO 



/fl-85 



MS 



ifl-85 



ifl-9 



MS 



Md5 



iR-95 



j> } 



>9 



Head of Pallas r., wearing, over leather 
cap, Corinthian helmet without crest. 



helmet bound with olive ; to 1., 1 ; 
to r., A : traces of incuse square. 



helmet bound with olive ; to 1., 
caduceus ; to r., A : traces of 
incuse square. 

[PL XXIX. 4.] 

>i « » 



(Same dies as last.) 



>> } 



)i 



type 1. ; wing curled ; to 
l.t A 1; beneath, pellet. 



helmet bound with olive ; to 1., 
caduceus and A : traces of incuse 
square. 

type 1.; to 1., A ; to r., caduceus : 
traces of incuse square. 



[PL XXIX. 5.] 



type r. ; beneath, A 



type 1. ; 



i> 



„ ; no letter. 



» ; 



)) 



type r. ; beneath, M ? A 



» » 



>) 



type r.; to L, obelisk of Ambracia, 
with fillet attached. 

[PL XXIX. 6.] 



thunderbolt ; 
v^xxy v.- wreath. 
[PL XXIX. 7.] 



type 1.; to r., thundei 
whole in olive- wreath. 



the 



type L; under chin, A ; to r., strigil. 
[PL XXIX. 8.] 



„ to 1. above, A j „ 



}> 



type r.j to L, thymiaterion. 
[PL XXIX. 9.] 



„ ; to 1., thistle. 

[PL XXIX. 10.] 



C'OLOMES OF OOBIHTH, RTC. 





So. 


wt. 


Motal. 


Obveraa. 


Koverso. 












Pegasoa, with pointed 


Head of Pal]iiar.,wearing,over leather 












wing, flying r. 


nap, Corinthian helmet without crest 






56 


128- 


^■85 


both wings Been; be- 
neath, A 


to 1., A 












Pcgaaos, with pointet!|SiiuiIar type r. 












wing, standing r.^ with 














1. fore-leg bent; be- 














neath, a naked kneel- 














ing figure, examining 














hoof. 








57 131-2, .41-S 




to 1., A 












[PI. SXIX. 11.] 












TlMB OF PrRHHUB J B.C. 295- T 












Stater witli Tffoiioeram of EpirusP 












Pegasos, with pointed HeadofPalIa3r.,wearing,ovBT!eather 












wing, flying I. 


cap, Corinthian helmet without creet. 






58 


1-20-8 


^1- 


beneath, uion. 


to 1., helmet with cheek pieces and 












pE(=ArEI1) A 




^M 



AHBBACIA. 



Ill 



No. 



Wt. 



Motal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



63 



26-2 



JR'Q 



6d 



237 



JR'5 



EoMAN Standard. 



Circ. B.C. 238-168. 



Weight of the Half-Victoriatus. 



Pegasos, ' with pointed 
wing, flying r. 



beneath, A 



Head of young Dionysos 1., wearing 
wreath of ivy. 



to r., kantharos. 



[PI. XXIX. 16.] 



» 



1} 



>> 



(Same dies.) 



COLONIES OF CORINTH, ETC. 





»"- w.. S.'' 


OhTOrsD, Kevorao, 










ILLYRIA. 










APOLLOXIA. 










Stater. 










C!tc. B.C. 350. 










Fegaaoa, with pointed 


ArOA HeadofP.ilk8r.,woar!ng, 










wing, flying r. 


over leather cap, Corinthian hel- 
met without crust. 




I 


1295 


JRS 




to I, lyro. 










[PI. sxvi. 1.] 










EPIDAMNUS— DYREHACHIUM. 










Staters. 










Circ. B.C. 350. 










Dtrbhachidm ) 










Pegasoa briilled, ivith I lucuse Bquarn, witliin which head of 


^H 



BFIDAHKUS — DTBBUACBltat./ 



101 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obverse. 


J ,■ U 

• * - * 








" " • • 

A 








Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying r. 


No inscr. Head of Pallas r., wear- 
ing, over leather cap, Corinthian 
helmet without crest. 


4 


126-7 


iR-85 


beneath, A 


to 1., club and i ; to r., dolphin. 


5 


132- 


iR-85 


J) 99 


>> 99 » ) 99 » 


6 


132-5 


iR-85 


)} » 


A YP, to 1., club ; „ „ 
[PI. XXVI. 5.] 


7 


121-7 

(Worn.) 


iR-85 


}} » 


if n 99 9 » » 


8 


132-2 


iR-8 


9) 99 


[A]YP„ „; „ „ 


9 


129-3 


M'S 


99 99 9 above, P 


to 1., club and A; „ „ 


10 


129-8 


iR-8 




99 » 99 5 » }» 

[PI. XXVI. 6.] 


11 


130-5 


MS 




» » 99 > » 99 








E 








Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying r. 


Head of Pallas r., wearing, over 
leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest. 


12 


133- 


iR-85 


beneath, A 


to 1., club and 3 ; to r., dolphin. 








[PL XXVI. 7.] 


13 


130-7 


ifl-8 


99 99 


J> 99 » ) 99 9* 

{Grafito A) 


14 


132-7 


iR-8 


99 >l 


„ „ „ ; „ [dolphin]. 
(Countermark, griffin's head.) 


15 


131-2 


iR-85 


99 99 


„ „ [3]; „ dolphin. 
(Countermark, griffin's head.) 



COLONIBB OF COBIKTH, 



ALYZIA. 

StfLteis. 

Cire. B,c, 350-350. 



Pegasoa, with pointed 
wing, flying ]. 



MniAIYAA Head of PaUiis I., 
■wearing, over leather cap, Corin- 
thian helmet without crest. 



to 1., lyrel; to r., low. 
[PI. XXX. 9.] 



typo r. ; beneath, A 



(Same die.) 
AAYXAiriN Typo r.; to I., bow. 




ANACTORIUM. 



115 



No. 



Wt. 



2 



Motal. 

Size. 



Ob verso. 



Reverse. 



1304 



iR-75 



130' 



iR-85 



129-5 



iR-75 



125-5 



iR-85 



21-7 



iR-5 



ANACTORIUM. 

Staters. 
Circ. B.a 350-300. 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. 



beneath, // 



n 



}» 



Head of Pallas r., wearing, over 
leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest. 



>» 



f» 



„ ANA 



to 1., $ and Pan with goat's head 
and legs r., carrying a branch 
over liis shoulder ; before him, A ; 
to r., A ; beneath, HA. 
[PI. XXXI. 1.] 

»> i> » 

[PI. XXXI. 2.] 

(Same dies.) 

to 1., climbing plant; beneath, AH; 
to r., A 

[PI. XXXI. 3.] 

type 1. ; helmet bound with olive, in 
front, AKTIO; to r., lyre. 

[PI. XXXI. 4.] 
Hemidrachm. 



Fore-part of Pegasos I., 
with curled wing. 



beneath, M 



AKTI O Head of Apollo 1., 
laur. with long loose hair. 



38 



37 



ifl-65 



iR-6 



[PI. XXXI. 5.] 
Drachms. 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. 



beneath, M 



AKTIAS Female head r., with 
hair in sphendone. 



[PI. XXXI. 6.] 



type r.; beneath, A| 



AKTIA[5] Female head, three- 
quarter-face towards r. 



[PI. XXXI. 7.] 



COLONIES OF CORINTH, BTO. 





No. 


Wt, 


Sizo, 


ObveiflB. 


Beverse. 














'Staters. 












Pegaaos, witli 


pointed 


HeaJ of Pallas r., wearing, over 












Wing, fljhiy r 




leather cap, Corintiiian helmet 
without crest. 






8 


134-8 


ill -85 


lencatli, /4 




to I., Apollo, naked, standing r., 
Jiolding bow und patera ; beneath, 
/4 [PL XXXI. 8.] 






9 


126-7 


^•85 


" " 




tol., AJ, Mke holiKng taenia with 
both hands ; to r., AHTO 
[PI. XXXI. 9.] 






10 


132-6 


^■8 


.. \A 




tol, shrimp; tor., EPI 














[PI. xxxr. 10.] 






11 


134-8 


yR-85 


,. „ 


Itol., \Ai Goraoueion; ai-oiinil, 

1 E-[ro)]-i 

[PI. XKXI. 11.] 






12 


130-7 


M-7^ 


» A/ 


Itol., \A anil uncertain sjmlwl reaem- 
1 Lling a long bug or purse. 

[PI. XXXI. 12.] 




^M 



ANAOTOBIUM. 



117 



:No. 



wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



19 



127*2 



JR'Q 



20 



130-2 



^•8 



21 



128-7 



M'S6 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wiiig, flying 1. 



beneath, fif 



>> » 



22 



130' 



iR-9 



23 



129 



iR-75 



24 



129-7 



M'S6 



25 



129' 



^•8 



26 



131-2 



JRSb 



27 



127-2 



iR-9 



28 



129-5 



M'9 



29 



126-5 



ifl-9 



30 



129-5 



iR-85 



Pegasos bridled ; 

beneath, VV 



» }9 



Head of Pallas 1., wearing, over 
leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest, 

to r., ff and palm. 

[PL xxxu 18.] 



to r , >A and temple-key bound with 
fillet. 

[PI. XXXI. 19.] 

to r., fif and temple-key bound with 
fillet. 



(same die.) 

[PI. XXXI. 20.] 



to r., palm-tree. 



beneath, ftf 



if » 



99 



\A 



helmet bound with olive ; 
scallop. 

[PI. XXXI. 21.] 

to r., bucranium. 

[PI. XXXI. 22.] 



to r., MA and tripod. 



to r.. 



[PI. XXXI. 23.] 



» 



AN 



» >9 



type Y.'y „ /i/ 



» » 



\A 



typo 1.; 



>} 



N 



to r., V^ and tripod. 

[PI. XXXI. 24] 

to r.. A/ and tripod. 



>> 



» 



») 



„ beneath, ^ 



type r.; to 1., Vi and tripod. 



COLONIES OF OOBUTTH, ETC. 




ANAGTORIUM. 



119 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



46 



431 



M'6 



47 



21-2 



Drachm. 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. 



beneath, /J 



Head of Aphrodite 1., wearing ear- 
ring and necklace, hair bound with 
crossed cord, and tied at back, 
leaving loose ends. 



[PI. XXXII. 7.] 



Hemi drachms. 



48 



20 6 



49 



50 



51 



52 



53 



^•5 



Fore-part of Pegasos 1., 
with curled wing. 

beneath, fif 



JR'5 



Similar, 
beneath, fif 



Female 1 head 1., bound with wreath, 
hair rolled, leaving loose ends. 



Female head 1., hair rolled over 
taenia, leaving loose ends. 



[PI. XXXII. 8.] 



Circ. RC. 300-250. 
Staters. 

KAE-A" 



129 5 M'S5 



127 



M 9 



130-2 i^-8 



129-5 



130-8 



M'S 



iR-8 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. 

beneath, /J 



» >f 



>» j» 



Head of Pallas 1., wearing, over leather 
cap, Corinthian helmet without crest. 

to 1., KAE; beneath, /f ; to r., A^, 

bucranium bound with fillet. 



>i 



ij 



n 



M 



»> 



l» 



[PL XXXII. 9.] 



>» i> 



I) 



., [A] „ 



n 



>i 



(The last Ave coins are all from different dies.) 



ti 



COLONIES OF CORIKTH, ETC. 





No. 


Wt. 


Motnl. 
Size. 


OhTOIBD. RBVOrHB. 










AYZ-A" 










Pegaao?, with pointed 


Head of Pallaa 1., wearing, over leather 










wing, flying!. 


cap, Coriuthianhelmut without crest. 




54 


132-7 


^1-8 


beneath, fi/ 


to l, AYS ; beneath, ^ ; to r., yy, 
thj'miaterion. 










[PL sxxu. 10,1 1 




55 


127-5 


^■8 


„ 


„ [;fl „ 




56 


128- 


A -75 


>, 


., K 




57 


136-5 


vll'85 


„ „ (siime aie.) 


,. K 




58 


127-8 


^-8 


„ 


„ IS] „ 










(Tlie liiBt fivs coina are .ill from .liffercnt reverse Ji.-a.) 










NAY-A" 










Pegaaos, with pointed 


Head of Palka 1., wearing, over leather 










iving, flji.,;; 1. 


cap, Corinthian helmet without crost. 




59 


131- 


/11-S5 


beneath, f4 


to 1., NAY ; beneath, S ; to r., /ii 


^M 



ANACTORIUM. 



121 



No. 



VVt. 



Metal. 

Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



65 



40-5 



66 



67 



68 



69 



129-2 



130-5 



131 



125-8 



M'6 



70 



^•85 



^•85 



^-8 



JR'8 



Drachm. 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. 



beneath, A^ 



Head of Aphrodite or Hera 1., wear- 
ing stephane, hair long behind. 



tor., Er[l] 
[PI. XXXII. 13.] 



APi-An 



Staters. 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. 



beneath, A^ 



>» 



»j 



9i 



A/ 



N 



\A 



Head of Pallas 1., wearing, over 
leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest. 

to 1., API ; to r , AH, flaming altar. 



» 



» 



[PI. XXXII. 14.] 



» 



5> 



)» 



99 



39 



>» 



» 



(The last four coins are all from different dies.) 



38-8 M -6 



Drachm. 



Pegasos, with 
wing, flying 1. 



beneath, /V 



pointed Female head, Aphrodite 1 1., hair 
rolled and confined in net behind. 



beneath, API > to r., wreath. 



[PI. XXXII. 15.] 



u 



COIiONIEB OF OOBIKIH, &TC. 



, 


No. 


Wt. 


Motnl. 
She. 


ObrerBO. Reyeraa. 










AKGOS AMPHILOCeiCUM. 










Statera. 










Cin: u.D. 350-370 or lalf^. 










Pegasoa, with pointed 


Head of PaUaa r., wearing, over 










wiijg, fiying T. 


leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
■without crest. 




1 


126-4 


M-75 


beneath, AP and dog 
lying r. 


APfEllN 




3 


125- 


Ai-75 


11 li 11 


„ 










[PI. xxxm. 1.] 










(Same dies.) 




3 


130-5 


AI-B5 


" Hnedic.J " 


APf; to 1., tripo,!. 




i 


127- 


M-85 


A 


APrEr ; to !., tripod. 










[Fl.xx^ni.2.] 




5 


131- 


M-S5 


AP „ j APrEinN ; to 1., corn-grain. 


^^^^T^^^^^^^^^^^^H 



ARGOS AMPHILOCHICUM — ASTACUS. 



123 



No. 



Wt. 



MetaL 

Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



12 



13 



132-5 



131 



^•8 



^•85 



14 



15 



135-3 



128-5 



^•8 



^•8 



1 129-4 



^•85 



Pegasos, with 
wing, flying I 



beneath, A 



pointed 



}} 



Head of Pallas 1., wearing, over 
leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest. 

beneath, [Al]; to r., AP and shield 
with strap. 

AP; to r., A I and shield with 
strap. 



a 



>> 



AM<I>I A ; to r., ABP and javelin. 



AM<I>I; 



[PI. XXXIII. 9.] 



>> 



>> 



ASTACUS. 

Stater. 
Circ. B.C. 350. 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying r. 



Head of Pallas r., wearing, over 
leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest. 

A i ', to 1., cray-fish (daraKos). 



[PL XXXIII. 10.] 



COLOKIBS OJ UORINTH, 





No. 


Wl. 


Motftl. 


ObTenie. 


RavBrso. 










CORONTA. 

StatoTs. 

die B.C. 300-250. 










Pepaaoa, with pointed 


Read of Pallas 1., wearing, over 










winK, flying L 


leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without creat. 




1 


133- 


M-65 




to r., K and Macedonian shield, oji 
which thunderbolt. 










[PI. xxxm. 11.] 




2 


132-2 


M-S5 


1 










■ 



LEUCAS. 



125 



No. 


1 
wt. 


Metal. 

Size, 


1 

Obverse, 


Reverse. 








LEUCAS. 








Staters. 








Circ. B.C. 500-430. 








Pegasos, bridled, with 
curled wing, flying I. 


Head of Pallas r., of archaic style, 
hair in queue and indicated by 
dots, wearing necklace and Corin- 
thian helmet without crest : within 


1 


130- 


M'75 


beneath, A 


incuse square. 


2 


129- 


iR-75 


>» » 




3 


129- 


iR-75 


type r. ; ^, A 




4 


129-3 


M'75 


>> n » 




5 


134-2 


M75 


» »» » 


• 








[PI. XXXIV. 1.] 


G 


131-5 


JR'7 


>> >> » 




7 


131-2 


JR'76 


ft if » 


to 1., ivy-leaf. 

[PI. XXXIV. 2.] 


8 


127- 


MS 


>> >> >> 


type 1. 








[PI. XTXTV. 3.] 








aVc. B.C. 430-400. 








Pegasos, bridled, with 
curled wing, flying r. 


Head of Pallas 1., wearing, over 
leather cap, Corinthian helmet : 
within incuse square. 


9 


125-7 


M'd 


beneath, A 


helmet crested ; to r., A 


10 


129-2 


MS 


ff » 

[PI. x: 


n ff 

cxiv. 4.] 



COtOKIES or COOIKTH, ffTC. 





So. 


Wt. 


M«t>L 


Obverse. 


Raverao. 












Pegasoa, bridled, with 


Head of Pallas 1., wearing, over 












curled Tcing, fljing r. 


leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest: within incuse square. 






11 


132-7 


M7 


beneath, ^ 


to r., A 

[PI. XXX.V. 5.] 






12 


127-2 


JR-7b 


„ „ 


„ ^ 






13 


128- 


^■75 




type r. ; to ]., A 












[PI. ixxiv, C] 






14 


129'3 


^■9 


,, A 


„ 






15 


129'5 


/n-9 


type 1., not bridled ; 
beneath, A 


type 1.; to 1., A; to r., phiale. 












[PI. xxxiv. 7.] 






16 


129 9 


^■85 


„ AEY 1 „ „ tor., bow. 






1 


■ 



LEUCAS. 



127 



No. 



\Vt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



22 



23 



131-5 



127-3 



^•95 



M'S6 



24 



132-5 



MIO 



Circ, B.C. 400-330. 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. : be- 
neath, A 



Head of Pallas 1., wearing, over 
leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest. 



to r., hunch of grapes. 
[PI. XXXIV. 13.] 

to r., ivy-branch. 

[PI. XXXIT. 14.] 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. ; be- 
neath, A 



Head of Pallas 1., wearing, over 
leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest ; to r., A : the 
whole within floral wreath. 



[PL XXX IV. 15.] 



Pegasos, with curled wing, 
flying 1. 



25 



26 



27 



28 



128-5 



125-7 



127-5 



127-7 



MS 



M'S 



M 95 



M-in 



29 130' 



30 



130- 



M'S 



iR-85 



beneath, A 



» j> 



AEYKAAIflN Head of Pallas 1., 
wearing, over leather cap, Corin- 
thian helmet without crest. 



[PI. xxxiv. 16.] 



(Same dies.) 

wing pointed; beneath, A |(Same die.) 

[PL XXXIV. 17.] 

A A E [Y K A A] I n[N] ; 

to r., r 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. 



beneath, A 



A Y 

E 



Head of Pallas 1., wear- 
ing, over leather cap, 
Corinthian helmet 
without crest. 



[PL XXXIV. 18.] 



» 



99 



COLONIES OF CORIN'TH, ETC. 



N'o. 


Wt. 


Motnl. 
Size. 


ObveraB. ReverBP. 








Pegaaoa, with pointed 
wing, fljing I. 


Head of Pnllaa 1,, wearing, over 
leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without treat. 


31 


130-5 


AL-&5 


beneath, A 


A] E Y; to r., scallop-shell. 
[PI. isxiv, 19.] 


32 


1297 


^■9 


„ „ 


AEY; tor., rmrex. 








[PI. XXXIT. 20.] 


33 


131- 


^■95 


(both wings seen) 


,, „ sepia. 

[PI. XXX7. 1.] 


34 


12T'5 


Jl-85 


„ ; behind, E 


„ „ dolphin. 

[PI. XXXT. 2.] 


35 


132-8 


^■95 


,. „ 


A E Yj tor., hand holding cadu- 
[Pl. xsxv. 3.] ceua 1 


36 


131- 


M-S5 


„ „ ,, 


AEY; to r., Boeotian shield and 
£P1. xxxT. 4.] caduceiis. 


37 


132- 


M-95 


„ „ ; above, 


tol-. 
[PI. ixxv. 5.] 


38 


133'4 


JR-S6 


,, 


to r., wreath. 




LEU CAS. 



129 



'No. 




Motal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



He verso. 



45 



46 



47 



48 



49 



131 



127-5 



128-7 



127-5 



128-5 



^•85 



^•85 



^•85 



^•85 



^1-85 



50 



51 



52 



53 



54 



55 



56 



130-7 



132-2 



Pegasos, with curled wing, 
flying r. ; beueath, A 



Headof Pallasr., wearing, over leather 
cap, Corinthian helmet without creat. 



to 1., kantharos ; beneath, A 
[PI. XXXV. 13.] 

„ grapes; above, i 

[PI. XXXV. 14.] 

type 1. ; above, ^ ; to r., grapes, 
[PI. XXXV. 15.] 

„ beneath, 2 ; to r., grapes. 



(wing pointed) 



» » 



MS 



JR'S 



130-5 ^-9 



128 7 



130- 



130-2 



131 



^•8 



M'9 



M'9b 



M'Sb 



(same die). 
[PL XXXV. lo.J 

(Cf . Drachm of this period with g on reverse : Imhoof, 

Akaimania^ p. 120.) 



Pegasos, with pointed wing, 
flying 1. ; beneath, A 



Head of Pallas L, wearing, over leather 
cap, Corinthian helmet without crebt. 



beneath, A ; to r., caduceus. 
[PI. XXXV. 17.] 

„ A and caduceus. 



type r. 



>» 



>> 



>> 



)> 



>» 



)i 



>» 



>i 



(All diflerent dies.) 



>» 



>» 



Vi 



F COBINTB, ETC. 



131-2 

129-5 
139-7 
131- 



JR-8o 
MS (sa 



.withtiointedwin;j 
flying r. ; beucnth, A 



IleadofPallasr., wearing, over leatlier 
cap, Corintliiaiilielmet without crest. 



to I,, caduceus and A 

[P].xxxv. 18.] 



[PL ixiv. 19.] 
type 1. ; to r., A and head I, in 
Phrygian cap. 
[PI. XXXV. 20.] 



Pegasoa, with pointed wing, 
flying 1. ; beneath, A 



Headof Pallas r., wearing, over leather 
cap, Corinthian helmet without crest. 



to I,, A and Hermes r., his !. le^' 
raised, stooping and tying hi 
dal ; his chlaniys and petaaos hang 




LEVCA8. 



131 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Re^^rse, 



68 



69 



70 



71 



72 



73 



74 



75 



76 



77 



78 



79 



129-8 ^-9 



130-2 



131-2 



127-7 



128-5 



130-2 



130-2 



MS 



M'9 



MS 



125-5 



130-8 



130-2 



^•75 



iR-85 



MS 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying r. ; be- 
neath, A 



(Pegasos galloping). 



Head of Pallas r., wearing, over leather 
cap, Corinthian helmet without crest. 



to 1., A and cock r. 

[PI. XXXV. 2G.] 

to 1., A and Pistrix 1. 

[PI. XXXVI. 1.] 

to 1., A and bell -shaped flower, on 
pistil of which, butterfly. 
[PI. XXXVI. 2.] 
to 1., A and Ifidle (cyathos). 



[PL XXXVI. 3.] 



MS 



M'75 



MS6 



129-3^-85 



110-2|iR-9 

(plated) I 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying r. ; be- 
neath, A 

(Pegasos galloping ; same 
die as 71). 

( „ same die as 71). 



Head of Pallas r., wearing, over leather 
cap, Corinthian helmet without crest. 



to 1., ladle (cyathos). 



type 1. ; to r., ladle ( „ ) 



» 



» ( » ) 

(same die as no. 73). 



[PL XXXVI. 4.] 



type 1. 



fi 



» 



M 



type r.j to L, ^ 

[PL XXXVI. 5.] 

type 1. ; to r., forepart of griffin L 
[PL XXXVI. 6.] 

„ „ head and neck of horse 1. 

[PL XXXVI. 7.] 



>» 3* 



l» 



(same die as no 77). 

to r., floral ornament, ^^^ 
[PI. XXXVI. 8.] 



COLOSISa OP GOBI NTH, ETC. 





Nu. 


Wl. 


Metal. 
Size. 


OhTerse. 


H„™. 










Pegasos, with pointed 


HeadoFPallaal., weaving, over leather 










wing, flying i. ; be- 


cap, Corinthian helmet without crest. 










neatJi, A 






80 


131-2 


^■85 




to r., ivy-wreath, 

[PI. sisvi. 9.] 




81 


131- 


M7b 




„ four-legged seat without back ; 
on it, a cushion. 
[PI. XXXVI. 10.] 




82 


1312 


M-9 




„ crescent. 










[PI. xxxvi. ll.j 1 




83 


130-7 


M-86 




„ twisted endless cord, gg| 
[PI. .n,i. 12.] 




8i 


131-7 


M-S5 




„ thunderbolt. 

[PL xssvi. 13.] 










Circ. B.C. 330-250. 










Pegaaos, with pointftl Headof PalIasI.,wearing,ovcrIcather 










wing, llyiug 1.; Ije- cap.Corinthianhelmetwithoutcreat. 










neatli, A 








■ 



UBUCAS. 



133 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 

Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 


92 
93 


130-2 
129- 


^-8 
iR-85 


Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1.; be- 
neath, A 

(same die as last.) 


Head of Pallas 1., wearing, over leather 
cap, Corinthian helmet without crest. 

to r., A and vine with grapes hanging 
over amphora. 

[PI. XXXVI. 16.] 

»i jj j> 

(same die as last). 


94 


132-2 


MS 




>> >> >> 


95 


132- 


/R-85 




to r., A and human eye. 
[PI. XXXVI. 17.] 


96 


128- 


M-75 




» >> >j 

(same die as last). 


97 
98 


130-2 
130-5 


MB5 

iR-85 




to r., A and mast with yard, 
wreathed ; beneath, /f . 
[PL XXXVI. 18.] 

if » 9) 


99 


125-7 


MS 


type r. 


» n AT 


100 


128-7 


M'8 


typo 1. 


>> >> )f 


101 


132-5 


MS5 


n 


9) >> — 


102 


128-5 


ifl-9 


,, (both wings seen.) 


>> »> 11 

[PI. XXXVI. 19 ] 


103 


130- 


^•8 


99 


to r., API and anchor. 

[PL XXXVI. 20.] 


104 


128-5 


ill -85 


it 


» 99 » 


105 


129-5 


MS 


>) 


„ EY and fish-hook ? 








[PI. XXXVI. 21.] 


106 

1 


131- 


MS 


If 


„ ZI2 and bunch of grapes. 
[PL XXXVI. 22.] 



COLONIES OF aOBlMIH, ETC. 





No. 


wt. 


'"'siie'" 1 ObversB. Roveree. 












Pegasos, - with pointed 


Head of Pallaal., wearing, overleather 












wing, flying 1. ; be- 


cap, Corinthian helmet witboutcrest. 












neath, A 








107 


127-8 


^-85 




to r., SH and crescent. 

[PI. xsxvi. 23.] 






108 


130- 


MS5 




„ T 1 end crested Macedonian 

helmet boond with wreath. 

[PL xsxvi. 24.] 






109 


133-5 


M-9 




" 






110 


130-5 


M-85 




» r E 

{crest varied). 
[PI. XXXVI. 25.] 












Draclmis. 












CiTc. B.C. 430-400. 












Pegasos, bridled, with .'Head of Aphrodite 1., wearing am- 












curled wing, flying r. ; 


pyx, bair rolled ; to r., A : traces 












beneath, A 


of incuae square. 






111 


41-8 


MG 








^H 



LEUCA8. 



135 



1 

No. 


wt. 


Metal. 
Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 








Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying r. ; beneath, A 


Head of Aphrodite, three-quarter 
face r., wearing necklace. 


115 


36- 


M-6 




to r., 5 








[PI. XXXVII. 4.] 








Similar, 


Head of Maenad r., her hair in sphen- 
done and bound with vine; she 




. 






wears earring and necklace. 


116 


39- 


JR'Q 




to 1., S ; to r., A 








[PI. xxxvii. 5.] 








Triobols. 








* 

Circ. B.o. 430-330. 








Forepart of Pegasos, with Head of Aphrodite 1., wearing ear- 
curled wing, 1. 1 ring and necklace ; her hair tied 










at crown of head. 


117 


21-2 


M'5 












[PI. XXXVII. 6.] 


118 


20-2 


M'4: 


(no earring). 

These coins probably had A on the obverse : cf. Drachms with 

similar reverse type nos. 112, 113. 








Forepart of Pegasos, with 
curled wing, 1. ; be- 


Head of Aphrodite 1., wearing sphon- 
done and necklace. 








neath, A 




119 


15-8 


M'5 












[PI. XXXVII. 7.] 








Similar. 


Head of Aphrodite 1., wearing ear- 
ring and necklace ; her hair in 
saccos. 


120 


ld'5:M'i6 




beneath, Z ', to r., A 








[PI. XXXVII. 8.] 


121 


19-5 


M'i5 


(same die). 


„ (same die). 


122 


17-2 


iR-45 


» 


»» »» 



COLONIES OP CORINTH, ETC. 





So. 


m. 


^t:-| OH.e... 1 










DiobolB. 










Circ. B.C. 430-400, or laftr. 










Ppgaflos, briJled, with 


IncTiae square, within which Pegasos, 










curleJ wing, flying r.; 


with curled wings, prancing to the 










beneath, A 


front ; around, A 1 O 




123 


13-2 


^■45 














[PI. xxxvii. 9.] 1 




124 


15-2 


^•45 


(type I.) 

Pegaaoa, with ciirlej wing, 
flying L; beneath, A 


Pegasos, with cutled wings, flying 
towards 1. 




125 


13-7 


M-i 


Pi'gasaa, with curled wing, 
flying 1.; beneath, A 


Pegasus, with cuiltd wings, flying 1, 

1 
aiound, A il 




126 


140 


M-i5 


[PI. xssvn. 10.] 




127 


12-5 


Mi 






128 


90 


^■45 


(wing pointi'd, A not visi- 


^M 



LRUCAS. 



137 



No. 


Wt 


MetaL 

Sizo. 


Obverse. 


Rovorao. 








Trihemiobols. 








Circ. B.a 480-400, or later. 








Pegasos, bridled, with 
curled wing, flying r. ; 
beneath, A 


Incuse square, within which Gorgon- 
liead with tongue protruiled ; hair 
dotted; around, T P 


136 


10-3 


Mi 




[H] 1 








[PI. XXXVII. 13.] 








Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying r. ; be- 
neath, A 


Gorgon-head with tongue protruded; 
hair loose. 


137 


9-2 


iR-35 






138 


12- 


iR-45 


(type 1.) 




139 


9- 


ifl-45 


» 




140 


8- 


iR-35 


If 


(mouth shut.) 








[PI. XXXVII. 14.] 








Obols. 








Circ. B.C. 480-400, or later. 








Pegasos, bridled, with 
curled wing, flying L ; 
beneath, A 


Incuse square, quartered. 


141 


7-2 


ifl-35 












[PL XXXVII. 15.] 








Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1.; be- 
neath, A 


Swastika, ^ 


142 


5-7 


MS 












[PL XXXVII. 16.] 


143 


5- 


M'35 






144 


6- 


M'Z 


Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying L ; be- 
neath, A 

[PL xxs 


Trident. 

in fleld L, i 
:vii. 17.] 



CIOU>inBB OP CORIHTH, ETC. 





Na. 


Wt. 


Melul. 
Sizo. 


Ob verm. Reverse. 










METROPOLIS. 










Btater. 










C!re. B.C. 300-250. 










Pfigaaos, with pointed 


Head of Pallaa L, wearing, over 










wiiiga, flying 1.; be- 


leather cwp, Corinthian helmet 










cenlb,M 


■without crest. 




1 


125-6 


MS 




to r.. [A] and round shiehi of Mace- 
donian pattern, on which is Pallaa 
fighting r,» Countermark, /^ {Am- 
bmcio ?). 










[PI. XXXVIII. 1.] 


^M 



THTBBHEIITM. 



139 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



1 



131-3 



iR-8 



2 



131-2 



M'8b 



8 



10 



131 



130-7 



126-8 



131-5 



1325 



123-9 



126-2 



124-9 



iR-85 



iR-85 



M'S5 



M'7b 



JR'Sb 



MO 



M'Sb 



M'B 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



THYERHBIUM. 
Staters. 

Cire. B.C. 360-250. 



Pegasos, with pointed '; 
wing, galloping 1.; be- 
neath, O 

(bent exergual line). 



Head of Pallas r., wearing, over 
leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest. 

to 1., 



[PI. XXXVIII. 2.] 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1.; be- 
neath, O 



(beneath, P) 



Head of Pallas 1., wearing, over 
leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest. 

to 1., OYPP; to r., rhyton ending 
in forepart of griffin with curled 



wnig. 



» 



[PI. XXXVIII. 3.] 

»> if 

[PL xxxviii. 4.] 



Y ; beneath, AY ; to r , am- 
[Pl. xxxvin. 5.] phora. 



>i 



„ to r., no symbol. 
[PL xxxviii. 6.] 



» 



i> 



f9 



>} 



>» 



it 



» 



earring. 



11 



if 



it 



[PI. XXXVIII. 7.] 



[PI. XXXVIII. 8.] 
» YA; 



if 



»» 



a 



[PI. XXXVIII. 9.] 



Y ; to r , A and 
earring. 



COLOHIBS OF CORINTH, ETC 





No. 


Wt. 


Motal. 
Sizo. 


ObTaraa. 


RoTorBB. 










Pegasos, with 


pointei! 


Head of Pallas 1., -wearing, over 










will!;, flyiug 


1.; be- 


leather cap, Corinthian helmet 










Death, O 




without creBt. 




11 


I29'9 


M -85 






beneath, ^ ; to r., EP [ and Artemis 
standing facing, hoad 1., clad iu 
long chiton and holding two flam- 
ing torches. 












ta xxoiu. 10.] 1 




13 


127-7 


Jl-9 






„ («amedieO 




13 


126-6 


.^-85 






lieneath, O ; to r., Boeotiim shidd. 




H 


131-2 


^■9 






Y; „ 

[ri. xxxTin. n.] 




15 


127- 


^11 -85 


(beuoulh, OY) 




„ 


^H 



UNCERTAIN MINTS. 



141 



No.! \Vt. 




Ob verso. 



Revoree, 



122-2 



131-2 



128- 



M'S5 



JR'8b 



MS 



128-6 ill -95 



130- 



MS 



UNCERTAIN MINTS. 

staters. 
Circ, B.C. 317-300. Sicilian style. 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. 



Head of Pallas r., wearing, over 
leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest. 



to 1., lion's scalp. 

[PI. XXXIX. 1.] 



Head of Pallaa r., wearing 
Corinthian helmet with- 
out crest. 



Pegasos, with pointed wing, flying 1. 



beneath, caduceus, 
[PL XXXIX. 2.] 



»} 



99 



(same die.) 



Ambracia f Before B.C. 342. 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying !•; be- 
neath, A 1 



Head of Pallas r., wearing, over 
leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest : in incuse square. 



to 1., sword in scabbard. 
[PI. XXXIX. 3.] 

Corinth ? Circ. B.C. 350. 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying r. 



beneath, 1 



Head of Pallas r., wearing, over 
Icatlier cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest. 



to r., crane 1, 
[PI. XXXIX. 4.] 



OOLONIKB OF CORINTH, ETC. 





No. 


wt. 


Metal. 


OU-orHO, 


Reyarsa. 






6 

8 
9 


iai-3 

139-3 
130- 


^■85 
/R-8 


PcRasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. 

no letter. 

[PI. XX 


Head of Pallas r., wearing, ov>.>i 
leather cap, Corinthian htlniot 
without crest. . 

to I., head of Pan, tcarded and 

hortiwl, r. 
XIX. 5.] 






Pegnaos, with pointed Head of Palka 1., wearing, over 
wing, flying 1. leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest, 

beneath, 9' t" r., axe. 

[PI. Jixxix. 6.] 
no letter. „ 

A 

Ciro. B.C. 350. 
Stater. 




^M 



UNCBRTATN MINTS. 



143 



No. 



Wt. 



Motal. 
Size. 



Obverse, 



Reverse. 



12 



42 



M'5b 



Circ. B.C. 350-338. 



Dracliin. 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. 



13 



14 



40" 



38- 



iR-55 



Mb 



15 33-3 



^•55 



16 



40-6 



iR-55 



b(jneath, M 



Head of Aphrodite 1., laureate, wear- 
ing earring and necklace. 



[Pi. XXXIX. 9 ] 



Drachms. 



zi 



Circ. B.C. 350-338. 



Pegasos, with pointed 
"vving, flying 1. ; be- 
neath, n 



Head of Aphrodite 1., wearing ear- 
ring and necklace, her hair bound 
with crossed cord. 



[Pi. XXXIX. 10] 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wings, flying 1. ; be- 
neath, n 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. 



Head of Aphrodite 1., laureate, wear- 
ing earring. 

in field 1. and r., dolphin downwarda 

Head of Aphrodite 1., her hair rolled 
and twisted up at back. 

tor,ZI 



[PL XXXIX 11.] 



COLONIBB OF COniNTH, ETC. 





No. Wt. 


Metal. 
Si;;B. 


Obvei™. Roterse. 










m 












After B.C. 338. 












Pegaaoa, with pointed Head of A]iliroditB r 


, laureiitCj liair 










wing, flying r. long. 






17 


24'4 


^R-6 


Ijcneath, ear of com. to r., ^ 
[PI. xxxix. 12.] 






18 


237 


.^■55 


" 


" 






19 


33- 


M-55 


no Bymbol. 








20 


23- 


M-5 


■■ 


■■ 












/^ 












After rirc. B.o. 338. 












1 



UNCERTAIN MINTS. 



145 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



2i 



26-2 



M'5 



^ 



After circ. B.C. 338. 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying L 



Head of Aphrodite 1., hair long. 



to 1., ^ 
[PI. XXXIX. 15.] 



25 



23-1 



^•55 



26 



23-3 



JR'6 



A 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. 



After B.C. 338. 

Head of Aphrodite 1., hair long. 



to r., (^ 
[PL XXXIX. 16.] 



1^ 



After B.C. 338. 

Pegasos, "with pointed I Head of Aphrodite r., hair long, 
wing, flying r. 

bcneatli, {a] 

[PI. XXXIX. 17.] 



27 



28-3 



M'6 



AY 

After B.C. 338. 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying r. 



beneath, AY 



Head of Aphrodite r., wearing ear^ 
ring and necklace, hair bound with 
double cord and tied in knot be- 
hind. 



[PI. XXXIX. 18.] 



T\ 



COLONIES OF OORINTB, BTC. 



■itli pciiitiid 
wing, flying r. 



Uead of Aplirodite r., wearing t 
ting and ueokluce, liair Ijound with 
duublc cord and tiud iii knot l>e- 



tjpo I.; bdiimi, A/ 
[PL xxxix. 19.] 



typft 1. ; both wings seen ;] 
beuRath, AY | 




( 1" ) 



APPENDIX. 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal. 
Size. 



160a 130 



169a 131-6 



346a 132-4 



M'9 



JR'S 



jR 9 



Obverse. 



Reverse. 



372a 130-7 ifl -85 



CORINTH. 

Staters, 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wings and loose reins, 
flying r. : beneath, O 



Pegasos, with curled wing, 
drinking r. : beneath, O 

(same die as no. 345, p. 39) 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1.: be- 
neath, O 



Pegasos, with pointed 
wing, flying 1. : be- 
neath, O 



Head of Pallas 1., wearing, over 
leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest. 

to r., ^ ; to 1., dolphin. 

(same die as no. 160, p. 15). 



Type 1. ; to r., Zeus, naked, standing 
r. on basis, holding thunderbolt 
and transverse staff. 

(same die as no. 169, p. 16). 



Head of Pallas r., wearing, over 
leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest. 

to r,, 0Y3 ; to 1., pear-shaped bag 

or purse, 
(cf. nos. 346-348, p, 39). 



Head of Pallas r., wearing, over 
leather cap, Corinthian helmet 
without crest. 

to 1., N and Term, facing, 
(cf. nos. 372-380, p. 44). 



INDEX I. 



GEOGRAPHICAL. 



A. 

Acarnania, 113. 

Alyzia Acarnaniae, 114. 

Ambracia Epiri, 104. 

Anactorium Acarnaniae, 115. 

ApoUonia lUyriae, 100. 

Argos Amphilochicum Acarnaniae, 
122. 

Astacus Acarnaniae, 123. 

C. 

Colonies of Corinth, 94. 

Corcyra, 112. 

Corinth, 1, 147. 

Corinth (Colony) Laus Julia Corin- 
thus, 58. 

Coronta Acarnaniae, 124. 

D. 

Dyrrhachium Illyriae, 100. 

E. 

Ecliinusl Acarnaniae, 124. 
Epidaninus Illyriae, 100. 



L. 

Leontini Siciliae, 98. 

Leucas Acarnaniae, 125. 

Locri Epizephyrii Bruttiorum, 94. 



M. 

Mesma Bruttiorum, 97. 
Metropolis Acarnaniae, 138. 



R 

Khegium Bruttiorum, 97. 



S. 



Syracuse Siciliae, 98. 



T. 



Thyri'heium Acarnaniae, 189. 



U. 



Uncertain Mints, 141. 



INDEX II. 



Acpocorinthus, temple on. — Coriiitli, 
6G, 75 

" Aillocutio Augusti." — Corinth, 70. 

" Adventna Auguati."— Corintli, 70, 
71. 

Agrippa Postumus, head of. — Co- 
rinth, 62. 

Agripjiina Senior, bust or. — Coriiith, 
65. 

Agrip]jina Junior, bust of. — Corinth, 
67 sqq. 



Ai)hroJite, head of, of archaic style. 

—Corinth, 8. 
Aphrodite, head of, hnir long. — 

Uncert, 145. 
Aphrodite, head of, laureate. — 

TJncert., 143 sq. 
Aphrodite, head of, hair bound with 

crossed cord. — Uncert., 143. 
Aphrodite, head of, hairbonnd. with 

crossed cord and tied at back, 

leaving loose ends, — Anacto- 

rium, 119. 
Aphrodite, hend of, hair bound 




TYPES. 



151 



Aphrodite, head of, with hair tied 

at crown of head. — Leucas, 

134 sq. 
Aphrodite or Hera, head of, wearing 

stephane, hair long behind, — 

Anactorium, 121. 
Aphrodite, bust of ; beneath, galley. 

— Corinth, 68. 
Aphrodite, temple of, on Acrocorin- 

thus.— Corinth, 66, 79, 85 sq, 
Apollo, head of. — Locri, 95 ; Anacto- 
rium, 115. 
Artemis huntress running between 

doe and stag. — Corinth, 84. 
Artemis huntress with torch, bow, 

hound, and stag. — Corinth^ 76, 

79. 
Artemis huntress running between 

stag and hound. — Corinth, 84. 
Artemis, seated before Bellerophon 

on Pegasos. — Corinth, 87. 
Asklepios standing. — Corinth, 83. 
Asklepios and Hygieia. — Corinth, 

80, 89. 
Athena Chalinitis? holding spear 

and bridle. — Corinth, 75. 
Athlete, holding race-torch and palm 

before body of Melikertes. — 

Corinth, 78. 
Augustus, head of. — Corinth, bdsqq.y 

64, 66. 
Aurelius, M., head of. — Corinth, 

76 sqq, 

B. 

Bellerophon seizing Pegasos by the 
bridle, before a porch. — Corinth, 
58. 

Bellerophon armed with shield, seiz- 
ing Pegasos by the bridle. — 
Corinth, 69, 70. 



Bellerophon taming Pegasos. — Co- 
rinth, 87. 

Bellerophon watering Pegasos at 
fountain Peirene. — Corinth, 86. 

Bellerophon naked, bare-headed, 
riding on bridled Pegasos. — 
Corinth, 11. 

Bellerophon wearing chlamys and 
petasos, riding on bridled Pe- 
gasos and striking downwards 
with spear. — Corinth, 35. 

Bellerophon, wearing petasos, riding 
on Pegasos and striking down- 
wards with spear. — Corinth, 
57 sq. 

Bellerophon on Pegasos, spearing 
Chimaera.— Corinth, 60, 74, 79, 
84, 92. 

Bellerophon on Pegasos, spearing 
Chimaera before seated Artemis. 
—Corinth, 87. 

Bucranium between seated Poseidon 
and standing Pallas. — Corinth, 
82. 

Bull, beneath pine-tree, before temple 
of Melikertes.— Corinth, 78, 90. 



C. 

Caius andLuciu8,heads of. — Corinth, 

61 sq. 
Caligula, head of. — Corinth, 65. 
Caracalla, head of. — Corinth, 87 sq. 
Chimaera.— Corinth, 11, 35, 59, 64, 

73, 76, 77. 
Claudius, head of. — Corinth, 66. 
Commodus, head of. — Corinth, 81 

sqq. 



D. 



Demeter, head of. — Corinth, 27. 



152 



Tlionysos, young, standing, holding 

grapes and tiiyrsos ; at bis feet, 

panther. — Coriotb, 76. 
Dionjsos, young, seated on throne, 

holding thyraoa. — Corinthj 76. 
iJionysos, young, hoad of, wearing 

wreath of ivy.— Ambracia, 111. 
Duljdiin.— Corinth, 90 ^q. 
Doraitian, head of. — (Jorinbh, 72 sq. 
iJomna, Julia, bust of. — Oorinlh, 

86 aq. 
Doric column surmounted by group 

of Lioneaa and Rum (Tomb of 

Laaa).— Corinth, 93. 
Drusus Caesar, head of. — Corinth, 

62, 6i. 



Emperor holding scroll, staniling on 
BUggestum.— Corinth, 70. 

Ero3 binding olive- wruath round 
helmet of Pallas. — Ambracia, 
107. 



Germanicns, head of. — Corinth, 63. 
Geta, bust of, — -Coiiulh, 90. 
Gorgon, head of.— Corinth, 10, 21, 
42; Leucaa, 137; Uncart, li2. 



Hadrian, head of. — Corinth, 7i sq. 
Hands joined, holding poppy-bead 
and oars of corn. — Corinth, 72, 



Helioa ii 
73,) 



quadriga. — Corinth, 



Helios, head of. — Corinth, 66 gq. 
Heraklea, standing in attitude of 

statue by Glykon. — Corinth, 87. 
Herakles, young, head of, in lion's 

skin .^Dyrrhac Ilium, 102 «y. 
Hcrakies, bearded, head o^ weariug 

wreath.— Corinth, 57. 
Hermes, naked, standing, holding 

cudnceus and resting on column. 

—Corinth, 76. 
Htraies seated on ruck, holding eadu- 




TYPBS. 



153 



Incuse square, within which, H . — 

Corinth, 10. 
Ino with infant Melikertes in her 

arms, Isthmos seated on a rock 

before her, and dolphin between 

them. — Corinth, 84. 
Isthmos, naked, standing, holding 

rudder in each hand. — Corinth, 

73, 91. 
Isthmos standing before altar of 

Melikertes. — Corinth, 78. 
Isthmos seated on rock, with hand 

on head and holding rudder. — 

Corinth, 74, 84. 



J. 

Julia Gens, statue of, seated. — Co- 
rinth, 64. 

Julia Gens, temple of. — Corinth, 63. 

Julius Caesar, head of. — Corinth, 
68, 61. 

L. 

La'is, tomb of. — Corinth, 92. 

Lechaeum and Cenchreae, harbours 
of Corinth, as nymphs holding 
rudders. — Corinth, 75. 

Lechaeum and Cenchreae, harbours 
of Corinth, as recumbent male 
figures holding rudder and an- 
chor. — Corinth, 85. 

Lioness standing over prostrate ram 
(Tomb of Lais).— Corinth, 92. 

Li via, bust of. — Corinth, 63. 



M. 

Maenad, head of, hair in sphendone 
and bound with vine. — Leucas, 
135. 



Melikertes riding on dolphin. — 
Corinth, 77, 82. 

Melikertes riding on dolphin, and 
holding thyrsos.— Corinth, 91. 

Melikertes lying on back of dol- 
phin.— Corinth, 67, 75, 78, 80, 
82, 85. 

Melikertes, altar of, under pino 
tree. — Corinth, 78. 

Llelikertes, circular temple of. — 
Corinth, 78, 80, 90. 



Nero, head of. — Corinth, 67 sqq, 

Nero and .Drusus, heads of. — Co- 
rinth, 65. 

Nero and Britannicus standing face 
to face, — Corinth, 66. 

Nike, facing, holding wreath. — Co- 
rinth, 66. 

Nike holding wreath and palm, — 
Corinth, 83. 

Nike advancing, holding palm. — 
Corinth, 64, 

Nike advancing, holding wreath and 
palm. — Corinth, 72, 89. 

Nike on globe, holding wreath and 
palm. — Corinth, 60. 



0. 



Oclavia, bust of. — Corinth, 68 sq. 



P. 

Palaemon: see ^Melikertes.' 

Pallas standing, holding Nike and 

spear. — Corinth, 88. 
Pallas advancing, holding thunder- 
bolt and shield. — Corinth, 64. 



164 



Pailas holding patera, standing before 
sentatl PosGiilon. — Corinth, 82. 

Pallas, bend of, of archaic Btyle, 
hair in queue and indicated by 
dots, wearing Corinthian helmet 
without crest .^Corinth, 5 eqq.; 
Ambracia, 104 ; Leucas, 125. 

Pallas, head of, of transitional style, 
wearing Corinthian helmet with- 
out crest ^Corinth, 11. 

Pallas, head of, of fine style, wear- 
ing Corinthian helmet without 
crest. — Locri, 96; Ambracia, 
108. 

Pallas, head of, wearing, over leather 
cap, Corinthian helmet without 
crest. — Corinth, 12 sgg , 147; 
Locri, 94 eq. ; Mesma, 97 ; Rlie- 
giniu, a7 ; Leontini, 98 ; Syra- 
cuse, 98 sj. ; Apollonifl, 100; 
Dyrrhachimn, lOO gqq. ; Am- 
bracia, 104 sjj. ; Corcyra, 112; 
Acaniania, 113; Alyzia, 114; 
Aaactorium, 115 sqq. ; Argos 
Amphilochicum, 123 sq. ; Asta- 



Pallas, head of, wearing, over leather 
cap, crested Corinthian lielinet 
adorned with running griffin, — 
Syracuse, 98 eq. 

Pallas, head of, wearing, over leather 
cap, Corinthian helmet with 
butting bull for croat. — Am- 
bracia, 106. 

Palm-tree in enclosure, with door in 
centre. — Corinth, 79, 81, 85, 

Pegaaofl, with curled wing, drinking'. 
—Corinth, 39, 147. 

Pegasos, with curled wing, standing, 
—Corinth, 21. 

Pegasos, bridled, with curled wing, 
standing, attached by halter to 
ring.— Corinth, 14, 38, 40. 

Pegasos, with curled wing, walking. 
—Ambracia, 106 egg.; Leucas, 
136. 

Pegasos, bridled, with curled wing, 
walkuig.— Corinth, 1, 3, 16, 38. 

Pegasos, with curled wing, trotting. 
—Corinth, 20,24,28, 35 sqq.,i\. 

Pegasos, with curled wings, prancing 




TYPES. 



155 



Pegasos, with pointed wing .and 
loose rein, standing. — Corinth, 
15. 

Pegasos, with pointed wing, trotting. 
— Corinth, 60 sq. 

Pegasos, with pointed wing, prancing. 
—Corinth, 12. 

Pegasos, with pointed wing, gallop- 
ing. — Leucas, 131; Thyrrheium, 
139. 

Pegasos, with pointed wing, flying. 
— Corinth, 12 sqq,^ 57, 59 sq., 
62, 65, 73, 81, 90 sq,, 93, U7 ; 
Locri, 94 sqq, ; Mesma, 97 ; 
Rhegium, 97 ; Leontini, 98 ; 
Syracuse, 98 sqq, ; ApoUonia, 
100 ; Dyrrhachium, 101 sq. ; 
Ambracia, 104 sqq. ; Corcyra, 
112; Acamania, 113; Alyzia, 
114; Anactorium, 115 sqq.; 
Argos Amphilochicum, 122 sq.; 
Astacns, 123 ; Coronta, 124 ; 
Echinus 1 124; Leucas, 126 sqq.; 
Metropolis, 138 ; Thyrrheium, 
139 sq.'j Uncert., 141 sqq. 

Pegasos, with pointed wing and loose 
rein, flying. — Corinth, 15, 17, 
37, 147. 

Pegasos, bridled, with pointed wing, 
flying. — Corinth, 11, 13 sq., 17, 
38 sq.y il sq., 45, 47 ; Locri, 94 
sq. ; Dyrrhachium, 100; Am- 
bracia, 108; Anactorium, 117. 

Pegasos, fore-part of, with curled 
wing. — Corinth, 19, 24, 27 sq.y 
36, 38, 41, 43, 47 ; Anactorium, 
115, 119; Leucas, 135. 

Pegasos, fore-part of, bridled, with 
curled wing, flying. — Corinth, 
4, 9. 

Pegasos, fore-part of, with pointed 
wing, — Corinth, 57. 



Pegasos, head and neck of, bridled. 
Corintli, 9 sq. 

Pegasos, head of. — Corinth, 5, 10. 

Peirene fountain issuing from foot 
of Acrocorinthus. — Corinth, 85. 

Peirene fountain-nymph seated hold- 
ing vase ; before her another 
fountain in the form of Skylla. 
—Corinth, 86. 

Peirene fountain-nymph seated ; be- 
fore her Pegasos drinking. — 
Corinth, 86. 

Peirene fountain-nymph, head of. — 
Corinth, 19. 

Persephone, head of. — Corinth, 23, 
41. 

Pine-tree over altar of Melikertes. — 
Corinth, 78, 80. 

PJautiUa, head of. — Corinth, 88 sq. 

Poseidon standing. — Corinth, 66. 

Poseidon standing, with foot on rock, 
holding dolphin and trident. — 
Corinth, 73. 

Poseidon standing, holding dolphin 
and resting on trident; at his 
feet another dolphin. — Corinth, 
81. 

Poseidon, statue of, on mole in har- 
bour of Cenchreae. — Corinth, 
8L 

Poseidon in quadriga, holding dol- 
phin. — Corinth, 89. 

Poseidon in biga drawn by Hippo- 
camps. — Corinth, 67 sqq, 

Poseidon in biga drawn by Tritons. 
Corinth, 68. 

Poseidon seated on throne. — Corinth, 
73. 

Poseidon seated on rock. — Corinth, 
58. 

Poseidon seated, holding dolphin 
and trident, — Corinth, 82 sq. 



PoBeidon seated, PaUaa Ptanding be- 


Temple of the Julia Gene. — Corinth, 


fore him.— Corinth, 82. 


63. 


Poseidon, head of, bound with taenia. 


Tiberius, head of.— Corinth, 63 sj. 


—Corinth, 59, 61, 90. 


Trajan, head of.— Corinth, 73. 


Poseidon, head of, hound with 


Trident.— Corinth, 21, U, 28, 35, 


-wreath of marine plant.— Co- 


48, 53 Kqq^., 65, 91 ; Loiicaa, 137. 


rmth, 57, CI. 


Tyche standing, holding rudder and 


Prfw.— Corinth, 59. 


eornueopiae. — Corinth, 89. 




Tyche standing before altar, holding 




patera and cornucopiae. — Co- 


Q- 


rinth, 89. 




Tyche Boated on rock.— Corinth, 86, 
89. 


Quadi-ign, driven liy hciinlcd male 


figure.— Corinth, 77. 


Tyche seated on throne.— Corinth, 

87. 
Tyche, bust of.— Corinth, 71, 74. 


K. 


Kuddcr.— Corintli, 91. 






V. 


S. 


Vase, onc-hnndled.— Corinth, 91. 


Verus, L., head of.— Corinth, 79 sqq. 


Sabina, host of.— Corinttj, 75. 




Severua, Septimius, bead of.— Co- 




lin th, 83 sqq. 


W. 


|H 



INDEX III. 



REMARKABLE SYMBOLS. 



A. 



Acanthus ornament. — Corinth, 42. 
Achelous, head of. — Acarnania, 113. 
Aegis. — Corinth, 26. 
Altar, flaming. — Anactorium, 121. 
Amphora. — Corinth, 35, 55^2'.; Cor- 

cyra, 112; Thyrrheium, 139. 
Anchor. — Leucas, 133. 
Aplustre. — Corinth, 14, 18. 
Apollo standing, holding bow and I 

patera. — Anactorium ,116. 
Apple. — Corinth, 25. 
Arachthup, river-god. — Ambracia, 

107. 
Ares with foot on rock. — Corinth, 

44. 
Artemis huntress standing, shooting 

with bow. — Corinth, 34. 
Artemis running, holding torch. — 

Corinth, 34. 
Artemis 1 seated, holding torch. — 

Corinth, 34. 
Artemis standing, holding two 

torches. — Thyrrheium, 140. 
Artemis running, holding two 

torches. — Corinth, 34. 
Astragalos. — Corinth, 22. 
Axe. — Uncert., 142. 



B. 



Bag or purse. — Anactorium, 116. 
Bee.— Corinth, 22; Dyrrhachium, 

103. 
Bird flying — Ambracia, 105. 
Boar. — Corinth, 26. 
Boeotian shield and caducous.— 

Leucas, 128. 
Bow. — Corinth, 36 ; Ambracia, 108 ; 

Alyzia, 114; Leucas, 126. 
Bow in case. — lUyria, 103. 
Bow and Quiver. — Corinth, 40 ; Aly- 
zia, 114. 
Bucranium. — Corinth, 14, 17, 44 ; 

Anactorium, 117, 119. 
Bull androcephalous, head of. — 

Ambracia, 106 ; Acarnania, 113. 
Bull butting. — Ambracia, 106. 
Bull butting, fore-part of. — Corinth, 

14, 36; Ambracia, 106. 
Buirs-head facing. — Corinth, 12 ; 

Alyzia, 114. 



C. 

Caduceus. — Corinth, 24; Locri, 95; 
Ambracia, 109; Leucas, 129 sq.; 
Uncert., 141. 



158 



Cailucctis and Tioeotian sliii:lil . — 

Luueas, 128. 
Chimaera— Corinth, 13, 3C, 39. 
Cicaili. — Corinth, 13; Ambrai^iii.lOfi. 
Chib. — -Dyrrhachium, 100 sq. 
Cock.~Corinth, 15 ; Ambrai^ia 101; 

Alyzia, 114; Leucas, 131. 
Cock feeiling. — Corinth, 14. 
Cock on club.— Corinth, 40. 
Cock's head.— Coiinth, 44. 
Coril twisted. — Lencas, 132. 
Corn, grain of. — Leontini, 96; Argos 

Amphilochiouni, 122. 
Com, ear of. — Corinth, 35, 53 ; 

Syracuse, 99; Amhriicia, 110; 

Uncert., U4. 
Corn-wreath. — Corinth, 44. 
Corimcopim!. — Corinth, 26. 
Cow suckling calf. — Corintb, 33. 
Crah. — Amhracia, 106. 
Crane.- — -Uncert., 141. 
Cray-fish. — Ai^'Os Ampliilochicum, 

133. 
Crescent. — Corinth, 53 ; Luucas, 132, 

134. 



Dolphins, five.— Corinth, 15. 
Dove.- — ^Corintli, 30; Amhracia, 10-"i; 
Aryos Aiuphilochicum, 122. 



E. 

Eagle.— Corinth, 26, 48. 
Eagle, head of.— Corinth, 16. 
Earring. — Thyrrheium, 139, 
Eros standing, holding fillet. — Am- 

bracia, 107. 
Eros flying. — Amhracia, 107. 
Eroa on dolphin. — .\mhracia, 107. 
Eye, human. — Li-'ucas, 133. 



Female figure, holding sceptre. — Co. 
rinth, 55. 

Female figure holding torch and 
comucopiae. — Coriiilh, 20. 

Figure holding comucopiae. — Co- 
rinth, 54. 

Fillet hanging from ring.— 




bemahkable symbols. 



159 



Griffin^ fore- part of. — Leucas, 131. 
Griffin, head of . — Corinth, 15. 



H. 

Hand holding caduceus. — Leucas, 

128 
Hand holding torch. — Corinth, 14. 
Harpa. — Corinth, 22. 
Head in Phrygian cap. — Leucas, 130. 
Helios, head of. — Corinth, 31, 56. 
Helmet, bell-shaped. — Corinth, 45. 
Helmet with cheek-pieces. — Corinth, 

48 ; Ambracia, 110. 
Helmet crested.— Corinth,48 ; Argos 

Amphilochicum, 122 ; Leucas, 

134. 
Helmet bound with olive. — Corinth, 

13, 49. 
Helmet, Macedonian. — Leucas, 134. 
Helmet, Thessalian. — Corinth, 22. 
Herakles, infant, strangling serpents. 

— Ambracia, 107. 
Hermes stooping to tie his sandal. — 

Leucas, 130. 
Horse, fore-part of. — Corinth, 13. 
Horse, head and .neck of. — Leiicas, 

131. 
Hound running.— Ambracia, 106. 
Hound seated.— Corinth, 14. 



L 



Ivy-branch. — Corinth, 16; Ambracia, 
104 ; Leucas, 127. 

Ivy-leaf.— Corinth, 26 t^q,, 53 ; Leu- 
cas, 125, 128. 

Ivy-leaves, three. — Leucas, 128. 

Ivy-wreath. — Corinth, 31 ; Leucas, 
132. 



J. 

Javelin. — Argps Amphilochicum, 
123. 

K. 

Kantharos. — Corinth, 44, 53 ; Am- 
bracia, 108, 111 ; Leucas, 129. 
Kantharos and grapes. — Leucas, 128. 
Kottabos player. — Ambracia, 104. 
Krater. — Corinth, 31 sg^,, 55. 
Kylix. — Ambracia, 108. 



L. 

Ladle : see Cyathos. 
Laurel-leaf. — Anactorium, 116. 
Lion, fore- part of. — Leucas, 130. 
Lion's head. — Leucas, 130. 
Lion's scalp. — Uncert., 141. 
Locust. — Hlyria, 103; Ambracia, 106. 
Lyre. — Corinth, 56 ; Ehegium, 97 ; 

Apollonia, 100 ; Ambracia, 105; 

Alyzia, 114; Anactorium, 116 sq. 



M. 

Male figure naked, with hand raised 
to head. — Ambracia, 104. 

Male figure naked, seated on rock. — 
Ambracia, 108. 

Mask. — Corinth, 55. 

Mast with yard. — Corinth, 44; Leu- 
cas, 133. 

Murex. — Leucas, 128. 



Nike carrying fillet. — Corinth, 40, 
50. 



IB DBS IIL 



Kike carrying thymiatcrion. — Co- 


Phiale.— Coiinth, 33. 55; Lcucas, 


rinth, 37. 


126. 


Nike holding taenia.— Corinth, 43; 


Phrygian cap.— Corinth, 13. 


Anactorium, 116. 


Pine-cone.— Corinth, 55. 


Kike holding wreath.— Coriuth, 56. 


Pistrix.- Leucas, 131. 


Kike flying. — Curiuth, 43; Leutus, 


Plant. ^Corinth, 14; Anactorium, 


130. 


lis. 




Plough.— Corinth, 26. 




Poppy-head.- Cotinlh, 36. 


0. 


Poseidon standing, holding trid(;nt 




and dolpliin.— Corinth, IG. 


Obelisk. -Illy. ■!!., 103; Ambra.ia, 


Poseidon {]) standing, liolding trans- 


109. 


verse trident and hanging fillet. 


Oenochoe.— Connth, IT, 44. 


—Corinth, 17. 


Olive- sprays. — Leucas, 126. 


Prow.— Corinth, 44 ; Amhracia, 108. 


Olive-wreath.— Anibracia, 109. 


Pudenda viriUa.—Alyzia, 114. 


Omphalos. — Anactorium, US. 


Puree or pear-shaped Img. — Corinth, 


Ornameut, (^.—Corinth, 41. 54. 
Omamenta, floral.— Corinth, 15, 42, 


147 




147; Leucas, 128, 131. 


Q. 


Owl.— Corinth, 18, 54; Locri, 96; 




Syracuse, 99; Amhracia, 105. 


Quiver and bow.— Corinth, 40. 


Owl, ilouljle-bodiwl.— Corinlh, 3'J. 


T> 


^M 



REMARKABLE STMBOLS. 



161 



Seat with cushion on it. — Leucas, 
132. 

Sepia. — Corinth, 63 ; Ambracia, 
105 ; Argos Amphilochicum, 
122 ; Leucas, 128 ; Uncert., 
142. 

Serpent. — Corinth, 13. 

Shield, round, on which, trident. — 
Corinth, 22. 

Shield with strap. — Argos Amphi- 
lochicum, 122 sq. 

Shield, Boeotian. — Thyrrheium, 140. 

Shield, Macedonian, on which 
thunderbolt. — Coronta, 124. 

Shield, Macedonian, on which, Pal- 
las fighting. — Metropolis, 138. 

Shrimp. — Anactorium, 116. 

Silenos, mask of. — Corinth, 25. 

Spear. — Ambracia, 108. 

Spear-head. — Ambracia, 105, 108. 

Star.— Corinth, 40, 52, 54, 56; 
Locri, 96 j Syracuse, 99 ; Cor- 
cyra, 112. 

Stars, two. — Locri, 96. 

Stork.— Corinth, 12. 

StrigiL — Ambracia, 109. 

Swan. — Ambracia, 108. 

Sword in scabbard. — ^Uncert., 141. 



T. 



Temple-key, — ^Anactorium, 117. 
Term. — Corinth, 49 sq,, 147. 
Tenn, phallic, bearded, with caduceus. 

— Leucas, 130. 
Term, holding caduceus and comu- 

copiae. — Corinth, 34. 
Terminal figure, holding transverse 

staff. — Corinth, 17. 
Thistle. — ^Ambracia, 109. 



Thunderbolt. — Corinth, 54 ; Locri, 

94 sqq. ; Illyria, 103; Ambracia, 

109 sq. ] Leucas, 132. 
Thymiaterion. — Corinth, 13 sq., 16; 

Ambracia, 109 ; Anactorium, 

120. 
Thyrsos. — Corinth, 30. 
Trident.— Corinth, 10 sq., 13, 25, 

42, 48, 54. 
Tripod.— Corinth, 38, 54 ; Ambracia, 

105 ; Anactorium, 116 sqq. ; 

Argos Amphilochicum, 122. 
Triskelis of human legs. — Syracuse, 

98 sq. 
Trophy. — Syracuse, 99. 



U. 



Uncertain symbol.— Anactorium, 120* 



V, 



Vine, with grapes, overhanging am« 
phora. — Leucas, 132 sq. 

Vine-branch. — Leucas, 126, 128. 

Vine-branch, with grapes. — Corinth, 
10; Acarnania, 113. 

Vine-spray, with leaf. — Corcyra, 112* 

Vine- wreath. — Corinth, 31. 



1 



W. 

Warrior, naked. — Corinth, 56. 

Wheel.— Corinth, 25. 

Wreath.— Corinth, 22, 32 sq., 64: sq.; 

Locri, 96 ; Dyrrhachium, 102 ; 

Anactorium, 121 ; Leucas, 128. 



n:t»BX m. 



Wreath, encloffing tripod. — Anac- 

torium, 118. 
Wreath, in vhich, A- — Leucas, 132. 



Zeus Btanding, holding thunderbolt 



and tranfireree staff.— Corinth, 
16, 37, 147. 

ZeUB, hurlii^ thunderbolt. — Am- 
bracia, 107. 

Zeus, seated, holding thunderbolt 
and eagle.— Corinth, 33. 




INDEX IV. A. 



KINGS AND RULERS. 



There are no names of Greek kings or Bulers on the coins described in 
this volume. 



INDEX IV. B. 



VAGISTEAIES' SAMES OS AITrOSOJIOrS COINS. 



A. I K. 

ABP.— ArgwimptilochiiTiTO, !-23- ' KAE.— Anactorinm. 119. 
API. — Anafloniim, 121. 

A. 




INDEX IV. 0. 



MAGISTEATES' NAMES ON IMPERIAL COINS. 



There are no magistrates' names on the Imperial coins described in this 
volume, except those of Koman Duoviri, etc., for which see Index V. 



INDEX V. 



ROMAN MAGISTRATES' NAMES. 



A. 

M. ACPio] CANDIDO riVIR.-Copmlh, 67 iq. 

P. AEBVTIO MVIR.— Corinth, 59. 

P. AEBVT. SP.F. II.VIR. avi. ITER.-Ootinth, 6! 

P. AEBVTIO SP.F. PRF. ITER.— Ooiiiith59. 

tL.]CERTO AEFICIO ilVIR.-Corinlh, 58. 

M. ANTONIO HIPPARCHO IIVIR. -Corinth, 61. 

M. ANT. HIPPARC. IIVIR. ITER.— Corinth, 61. 

L. ARRIO PEREGRINO IIVIR.— Corinth, 63, ^. 




BOHAN UAOISTBATES' NAMES, 167 



F. 



Q . FVL[vio] FL ACCO 1 1 V I R .—Corinth, 69. 
L. FVRIO LABEONE 1 1 VI R.— Corinth, 62 sqq. 

H. 

C. HEIO PAMPHILO PRF. ITER— Corinth, 59. 

C. HEIOPAM. IIVIR .—Corinth, 60. 

C. HEIO POLLIONE ITER. [IIVIR].— Corinth, 62. 

I. 

[C] INST[eio] IIVIR.— Corinth, 64. 

— MS. IIVIR.— Corinth, 65. 

C. IVLIO HERA IIVIR.QVI. ITER.-Corinth, 59. 

C. IVLI[o] NICEP[horo] IIVIR.— Corinth, 58. 

C. IVLIO flVIR.— Corinth, 58. 

C. IVLIO POLYAENO IIVIR.— Corinth, 70. 

M. 

P. MEMIO CLEANDRO IIVIR. QVI.— Corinth, 70. 
C. MVSSIDpo] PRISCO IIVIR. -Corinth, 62. 

N. 
M. NONIO BASSO IIVIR. ITER.— Corinth, 61. 

O. 

— OCTAVIO LVSCINO ITER. IIVIR.— Corinth, 66, 

P. 

L..PACO[nio] FLAM[inino] [IIVIR-l-Corinth, 66. 

C. PINNIO IIVIR .—Corinth, 59. 

CN. PVBL[icio] REG[ulo] [IIVIR.]— Corinth, 66. 



L. R[utiIio I] PISONE IIVIR. QVr.— Corinth, 71. 
L.RVTILIO PLANCO IIVIR— Corinlli, 60 .j. 



C. SERVILIO C.F. PRIMO IIVIR— Corinth, 61. 



P. TADI[o] CHILOM IIVIR.— Corinth, 58. 

V. 

A. VATRONIO LABE[ONE IIVIR.J-Corinlh, 00 »j. 
P. VE[ntidiol] FRONTON E IIVIR.— Corinth, 67. 
P. VIPSANIO AGRIPPA IIVIR.— Corinth, 65. 




INDEX VI. 



ENGEAVBRS' NAMES. 



There ar6 no names of engravers on the coins described in this 

volume. 



INDEX VII. 



BEMARKABLE IXSCRIPTIOyS. 



^ GREEK. 
A. 
AKTIAX.— Aaartorinm, 115. 
AKTIO- — Anartcriam, 115. 
APAOGOZ.-Amlaadi, 107. 



A (Diobol).— Corinth, 9. 
AlO (Diobol). — Corinth, 12 
Leur.aa, 136. 



TPIH (Trihemiohci). — Cjrinih, 
10; LnK»,137; rocert., 143. 



♦Kin («»*rO (C">^'*)-0- 
rinth, 33. 




REMARKABLE INSCRIPTIONS. 



171 



C . I . L . COR . — Corinth, 79, 
81. 

C.L.I. COR. — Corinth, 
72 sqq. 

COL. IVL . COR.— Corint ), 74. 

COL. IVL. FLA V. COR.— Co- 
rinth, 72 sq. 

COL . IVL . FLAV. AVG . 

COR I NT.— Corinth, 72 sq, 
COL. L. IVL. COR.— Corinth, 

74, 92. 
CORI[NT] COL. L. I. — Co- 
rinth, 74. 

COR I NT. AVGVSTVM. — 

Corinth, 59. 

COR I NT. CAESAR.— Corinth, 

61. 
COR. SE.— Corinth, 66. 
CREATOR. -Corinth, 92. 



D. 

DRVSVS CAESAR 

COR I NTH I .—Corinth, 62. 



G. 

GEN. COL. COR. —Corinth, 69. 
GENT . IVL I. —Corinth, 63. 
GERMAN ICVS CAESAR 

COR I NTH I.— Corinth, 62. 



LAVS IVLI. CORINT.- 

Corinth, 58. 

LECH . CENCH .—Corinth, 75. 



I. 



ISTHMIA.— Corinth, 70, 76, 81. 



N. 

NE. BR. (Nero and Britannicus). 
— Corinth, 66. 

NE. D. (Nero and Drusus). — Co- 
rinth, 65. 



Q. 

Q. (Qiiinarius). — Corinth, 64 sq. 



R. 

ROC. I.L.C. (sic).— Corinth, 
84 sq. 

ROMAE ET IMPERIO.— 

Cormth, 71. 



S. 

S (Semis, Countermark). — Co- 
rinth, 64, 

SE— Corinth, 91. 

SE. COR.— Corinth, 67, 90. 

SENATVI P. Q.R.— Corinth, 
71. 



V. 

VICTORIA AVG. — Corinth, 
66. 



( 1« ) 

TABLE 
Tne Bblatitb WEionTa op English Gkaixs asd French Gbammes. 





Orain*. 


GnmimBB. 


Ornin*. 


Grammes. 


Grwns 


Otammea, 


Grains. 


Grammss. 




1 


■064 


41 


2-656 


81 


5-248 


121 


7-840 




2 


■129 


42 


2-720 


82 


5-312 


122 


7-905 






3 


•ia4 


43 


2-785 


83 


5-378 


1-23 


7-970 






4 


■259 


44 


2-850 


84 


5-442 


124 


S035 


1 




G 


■324 


45 


2-915 


85 


6-508 


125 


8-100 


J 




a 


■3»8 


4g 


2 ■980 


86 


5 572 


126 


8-164 


1 




7 


•453 


47 


3 045 


87 


5-637 


137 


8-229 


1 




» 


■518 


48 


3-110 


68 


5-702 


128 


8294 






9 


■5S3 


49 


3-175 


89 


5-767 


129 


8^359 






10 


•648 


50 


3-240 


90 


5-833 


130 


8-424 






u 


■712 


51 


3-304 


91 


5-896 


131 


8^488 






12 


■777 


52 


3-368 


92 


5-961 


132 


S-553 


J 




13 


•842 


53 


3-434 


93 


6 026 


133 


8-618 


1 




U 


■W7 


54 


3-498 


94 


6-091 


134 


8^682 


I 




15 


■972 


55 


3-564 


95 


6156 


135 


8-747 


1 




16 


1^()36 


56 


3-628 


96 


6220 


136 


8-812 


1 




17 


MOl 


57 


3693 


97 


6285 


137 


8^877 


1 




18 


Mfi(i ■■ 


r,s 


3-7r.8 


98 


G-350 


13.-< 


8-942 






19 


1-2:11 


5!) 


3-823 


99 


0-415 


139 


9-007 






liO 


1-29C 


60 


3'888 


100 


6-480 


140 


9-072 






HI 


1'360 


61 


3-952 


101 


6 544 


141 


9^130 






22 


1^425 


C2 


4-017 


102 


6609 


142 


9-200 






23 


1-4'JO 


63 


4-083 


103 


6-674 


143 


9-265 






2i 


lT)y5 


64 


4-U6 


104 


6 739 


144 


9-330 






25 


1-620 


65 


4-2 U 


105 


6-804 


145 


9-395 






30 


1-684 


66 


4-276 


106 


6-868 


146 


9-400 






27 


1-749 


67 


4-341 


107 


6-933 


U7 


9-525 






28 


ISU 


C8 


4-406 


108 


6-998 


14S 


9-590 






29 


l'S70 


69 


4-471 


109 


7-063 


149 


9-653 






30 


1-944 


70 


4-536 


no 


7-128 


150 


9-720 






3! 


2-008 


71 


4-600 


111 


7'192 


151 


9 784 






32 


2-073 


72 


4-605 


112 


7-257 


152 


9-848 






33 


2-138 


73 


4-729 


113 


7-322 


153 


9-914 






34 


2-202 


74 


4-794 


114 


7-3S7 


154 


9-978 






35 
3fi 


2-267 
2-33'> 


75 
7fi 


4-8,i9 
4-!i>-l 


115 
I1fi 


7-452 
7-51(1 


ln5 
l.-ifl 


10-044 
10-108 




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( 173 ) 



TABLE 

OF 

The Relatiyb Weights op Enqush Grains and French Grammes. 



QraiTiR. 


Grammes. 


Grains 


Grammes. 


Grains 


Grammes. 

1 


Grains, 


Grammes. 


161 


10-432 


201 


13024 


241 


15-616 


290 


18-79 


162 


10-497 


202 


13-089 


242 


15-680 


300 


19-44 


163 


10-562 


203 


13-154 


243 


15745 


310 


2008 


164 


10-626 


204 


13-219 


244 


15 810 


320 


2073 


165 


10-691 


205 


13-284 


245 


15-875 


330 


2138 


166 


10-756 


206 


13-348 


246 


15-940 


340 


22-02 


167 


10-821 


207 


13-413 


247 


16 005 


350 


22-67 


168 


10-886 


208 


13-478 


248 


16 070 ; 


360 


23-32 


169 


10-951 


209 


13-543 


249 


16-135 


370 


23-97 


170 


11-016 


210 


13-608 


250 


16-200 1 


380 


24-62 


171 


11-080 


211 


13-672 


251 


16-264 


390 


25 27 


172 


11-145 


212 


13-737 


252 


16-328 


400 


25 92 


173 


11-209 


213 


13-802 


253 


16-394 


410 


26-56 


174 


11-274 


214 


13-867 


254 


16-458 


420 


27 20 


175 


11-339 


215 


13-932 


255 


16-524 


430 


27-85 


176 


11-404 


216 


13 996 


256 


16-588 


440 


28-50 


177 


11-469 


217 


14061 


257 


16 653 : 


450 


2915 


178 


11-534 


218 


14-126 


258 


16-718 


460 


29-80 


179 


11-599 


219 


14-191 


259 


16-783 ' 


470 


80 45 


180 


11-664 


220 


14-256 


260 


16-848 


460 


31-10 


181 


11-728 


221 


14-320 


261 


16-912 


490 


31-75 


182 


11-792 


222 


14 385 


262 


16 977 


500 


32-40 


183 


11-858 


223 


14-450 


263 


17042 


510 


33-04 


184 


11-922 


224 


14-515 


264 


17-106 


520 


33-68 


185 


11-988 


225 


14-580 


265 


17-171 


530 


34-34 


186 


12-052 


226 


14 644 


266 


17-236 


540 


34-98 


187 


12-117 


227 


14 709 


267 


17-301 


550 


35-64 


188 


12-182 


228 


14-774 


268 


17-366 


560 


36-28 


189 


12-247 


229 


14-839 


269 


17-431 


570 


36-93 


190 


12-312 


230 


14-904 


270 


17-496 


580 


37-58 


191 


12-376 


231 


14-968 


271 


17-560 


590 


38-23 


192 


12-441 


232 


16-033 


272 


17-625 


600 


38-88 


193 


12-506 


233 


15-098 


273 


17-689 


700 


45-36 


194 


12-571 


234 


15-162 


274 


17-754 


800 


51-84 


195 


12-636 


235 


15-227 


275 


17-819 


900 


58-32 


196 


12-700 


236 


15-292 1 


276 


17-884 1 


1000 


64-80 


197 


12-765 


237 


15-357 


277 


17-949 


2000 


12960 


198 


12-830 


238 


15-422 


278 


18-014 


3000 


194-40 


199 


12-895 


239 


15-487 


279 


18079 


4000 


259-20 


200 


12-960 


240 


15-552 


280 


18144 


5000 


324 00 



( 172 ) 

TABLE 

The Rbl&tivb Weiohts of Knolish Grains and Frxncs Gbaumes. 





Graine. 


Gramuiea. 


Gram«, 


Grammes. 


Oiaina 


a„™. 


GmiuB. 


GmuimpB. 






I 


■0G4 


41 


2-656 


81 


5 ■248 


121 


7-840 






2 


■129 


42 


2-720 , 


82 


5-312 


122 


7-905 






3 


■194 


43 


2-785 


83 


5-378 


123 


7-970 






4 


■259 


44 


2-850 


84 


5-442 


124 


8-035 






5 


■324 


45 


2-915 


85 


5-508 


125 


8-100 






6 


■3»8 


4S 


2-980 


86 


5 572 


126 


8-164 






7 


•453 


47 


3-045 


87 


5-637 


127 


8-229 






8 


■518 


48 


3-110 


88 


5-702 


128 


8 294 






9 


■583 


49 


3175 


89 


5767 


129 


8-359 






10 


•648 


50 


3-240 


90 


5-832 


130 


8-424 






11 


■712 


51 


3-304 


91 


5-896 


131 


8-488 






13 


•777 


52 


3-368 


92 


5-961 


132 


8-553 






13 


■842 


53 


3-434 


93 


6026 


133 


8-618 






14 


■907 


54 


3-498 


94 


6-091 


134 


8-682 






15 


■972 


55 


3-564 


95 


6 156 


135 


8^747 






16 


1-03G 


56 


3-628 


96 


6-220 


136 


8-S12 






17 


1-101 


57 


3-693 


97 


6-285 


137 


8-877 






18 


1-166 


58 


3-758 


98 


6-350 


138 


8-942 






19 


1-231 


59 


3-823 


99 


6-415 


139- 


9-007 






20 


r296 


60 


3-888 


100 


6-480 


140 


9-072 






21 


1-360 


til 


3-952 


101 


6 544 


141 


9-136 






22 


1-425 


62 


4-017 


102 


6-609 


142 


9-200 




^M 



( 173 ) 



TABLE 

OF 

The Relatiyb Weights op Enqush Grains and French Grammes. 



Qraina 


Grammes. 


Grains 


Grammes. 


Grains 


Grammes. 

1 


Grains, 


Grammes. 


161 


10-432 


201 


13024 


241 


15-616 


290 


18-79 


162 


10-497 


202 


13-089 


242 


15-680 


300 


19-44 


163 


10-562 


203 


13-154 


243 


15745 


310 


2008 


164 


10-626 


204 


13-219 


244 


15 810 


320 


2073 


165 


10-691 


205 


13-284 


245 


15-875 


330 


2138 


166 


10-756 


206 


13-348 


246 


15-940 


340 


22-02 


167 


10-821 


207 


13-413 


247 


16 005 


350 


22-67 


168 


10-886 


208 


13-478 


248 


16 070 ; 


360 


23-32 


169 


10-951 


209 


13-543 


249 


16135 


370 


23-97 


170 


11-016 


210 


13-608 


250 


16-200 


380 


24-62 


171 


11-080 


211 


13-672 


251 


16-264 


390 


25 27 


172 


1M45 


212 


13-737 


252 


16-328 


400 


25 92 


173 


11-209 


213 


13-802 


253 


16-394 


410 


26-56 


174 


11-274 


214 


13-867 


254 


16-458 


420 


27 20 


175 


11-339 


215 


13-932 


255 


16-524 1 


430 


27-85 


176 


11-404 


216 


13 996 


256 


16-588 


440 


28-50 


177 


11-469 


217 


14-061 


257 


16 653 


450 


2915 


178 


11-534 


218 


14-126 


258 


16-718 


460 


29-80 


179 


11-599 


219 


14-191 


259 


16-783 


470 


80 45 


180 


11-664 


220 


14-256 


260 


16-848 ; 


480 


31-10 


181 


11-728 


221 


14-320 


261 


16-912 


490 


31-75 


182 


11-792 


222 


14 385 


262 


16 977 


500 


32-40 


183 


11-858 


223 


14-450 


263 


17042 


510 


33-04 


184 


11-922 


224 


14-515 


264 


17-106 


620 


33-68 


185 


11-988 


225 


14-580 


265 


17-171 


530 


34-34 


186 


12-052 


226 


14 644 


266 


17-236 


540 


34-98 


187 


12-117 


227 


14 709 


267 


17-301 


550 


35-64 


188 


12-182 


228 


14-774 


268 


17-366 


560 


36-28 


189 


12-247 


229 


14-839 


269 


17-431 


570 


36-93 


190 


12-312 


230 


14-904 


270 


17-496 


580 


37-58 


191 


12-376 


231 


14-968 


271 


17-560 


590 


38-23 


192 


12-441 


232 


15-033 


272 


17-625 


600 


38-88 


193 


12-506 


233 


15-098 


273 


17-689 


700 


45-36 


194 


12-571 


234 


15-162 


274 


17-754 


800 


51-84 


195 


12-636 


235 


15-227 


275 


17-819 


900 


58-32 


196 


12-700 


236 


15-292 


276 


17-884 1 


1000 


64-80 


197 


12-765 1 


237 


15-357 


277 


17-949 


2000 


12960 


198 


12-830 


238 


15-422 


278 


18-014 


3000 


194-40 


199 


12-895 


239 


15-487 


279 


18079 


4000 


259-20 


200 


12-960 


240 


15-552 


280 


18-144 


5000 


324 00 



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